Full text of "Oracle"
Not to be taken from this room
portrayed in words and pictures in . . .
We present the chronicle
of a year's journey
— an education
at Randolph High School.
It will end
its span of time
on a June Sunday,
but it will remain
in the memories
of its people
and in his book.
a quick glance
may be taken at
the classes, activities,
that have been the steps
for the three hundred men
of our senior class.
Our goal lies
with the future —
this is the record
of our high school ascent.
Miss Marguerite O'Neil
. . . with her senior French class-
doing what she enjoys most.
For her untiring interest in the success of her stu-
dents, for the rewards which her students have received
from her ceaseless efforts with the language lab., and for
the intellectual atmosphere she has created by her presence
the class of 1965 most sincerely dedicates its Oracle to Miss
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Education . . .
raduation . . .
Contribution . . .
Mr. William Casey, Guidance Director, sets up ap-
pointment schedule with Mrs. Simmons, Secretary,
for students waiting to discuss future plans.
A Day At R.H.S.
One\ d\iy at Randolph is often much the same
as any other,
but it manages to have a character
that sets it apart.
The details are the same —
homeroom, classes, lunch period,
meetings after school —
b\it some particular feature, an assembly,
a Track meet,
or the delivery of Senior pictures,
marks each day
in our memories.
These are the landmarks
that have marked our climb.
Mr. Lehtinen observes Eunice while she solves a problem in advanced math.
The Steps To A Future
Miss R u s c h , Librarian,
checks out Kathy Costello
Top Of The Ladder . . .
The essence of Randolph
gives way easily
to the multitude of events
that star every cycle
of seven periods.
Each class stands out
in a relief
and changing subject matter.
Every lunch period,
each five minutes between classes
becomes a social function.
We have been able to carry on
and friendly relationship
and with the faculty.
Few have not used it
to make the day's time
and socially rewarding.
Our intellectual growth
by our faculty.
of a student body
We are fortunate
to have profited
from the dedication
of our teaching staff.
They have shown us
the path —
depend on us.
The Challenge of Education
Literature, Grammar, and Composition . . .
Several major innovations in the curriculum and School life,
highlighted by the establishment of the RHS Paperback Book
Store, marked this year's program in the English Department
under its new chairman, Mr. Kearney. In a long-range effort to
strengthen and expand the English curriculum at all levels with
an ultimate goal of stronger vertical articulation of English in
all the secondary grades, the department has introduced several
immediate revisions. Among these are the sequential vocabulary
program, the initiation of cumulative reading and writing rec-
ords on each student for each year in school, the requirement
that all college-prep students complete a formal research paper
in senior year, and the implementation of a departmental test-
ing program in the last four grades. In addition, intensive study
is being given to a formal summer reading program and a semi-
nar course in comparative world literature.
Mr. John E. Kearney
Head of English Department, English 4,
Composition 4, and Speech.
Miss Eleanor Brewster
Business English 3.
Senior English class
studies models of Eliza-
Miss Martha M. Foley
English 10, Composition 12, Ad-
viser of the Future Teachers
Miss Eleanor M. Kelley
Business English 4.
Mr. Robert E. Kondraki
Business English 2, 4 ; College
Mr. John G. Papa
English 4, Adviser to the
National Honor Society and the
Miss Brewster conducts a Roman Banquet in
Mr. Anthony C. Vellante
English 2, English Composition,
Adviser of Dramatics Club.
. . Instruments of Communication
Today and Tomorrow
Mrs. Jean M. Noblin
English 2, 3, 4 ; Literary Ad-
viser to the Blue and White
Mrs. Helen G. McGonigle
College and Business English 3.
Mr. Richard F. Power
English 2, Junior Varsity
Miss Kelly hits upon an amusing
point with her Business Seniors.
A Study in Language Puts . . .
The language program at Randolph High School strives
to guide more of our students in attaining greater pro-
ficiency and some in achieving real mastery of the foreign
language skills. In the well equipped laboratory, the stu-
dent is given maximum practice in listening comprehension
and in the real use of the foreign language. Latin and mod-
ern language courses in French, Spanish, and Russia
offered to the students.
Miss Marguerite O'Neil
Head of Foreign
Language Department ;
French 3, 4.
Miss Ann M. Mullaney
French 2. 3.
Miss Linda Dean
Spanish 1, 2.
Miss Mullaney gives instructions in French.
Miss Whittemore gives extra help to some
of her students in Lab.
Mr. Waxman's class enjoys the study of Virgil.
. . . the World at your Feet.
Miss Guerin goes over home-
Mr. Robert H. Waxman
Miss Suzanne M.
French 1, 2.
Miss Margaret A.
Spanish 1, 2. 3, 4.
Efficient, Accurate, Always Working!
Randolph High School should be justly proud of the
Business Education Department. This department offers a
curriculum which includes the teaching of fundamentals
in all skills in the field of Business.
The Office Practice class, a required course of all senior
Business people, gives the student a workable knowledge
of all modern machines in a modern office environment.
Graduates of the department have been placed in good
positions throughout the state and have brought much
credit to R.H.S.
Miss Marion F. Diemond,
Head of Business Education
Department ; Office Practice
and Typing II.
Mr. James H. Santry
Teachers Assoc. ;
Advisor to Student
Council, Key Club,
Blue & White Banner,
Mr. Nathaniel P. Harmon
Bookkeeping I, II,
Mr. Hurley gets Pat and Ellen squared away on
Mr. Nicholas H. Mackey
Shorthand 1, Typing II
Mr. John M. Hurley.
Sincere in All They Do.
Mr. Santry gives his
seniors a test.
Mrs. Margaret J. Guerin,
Typing and Transcription
Mr. Joseph C. Mirisola,
Economics and Sales, and
Mrs. Joan E. Boyd,
and Record Keeping.
Joanne Ellis, Helen Bergeron, Susan Warner, Ann Wusteney, and Gail Mullaney
watch closely as Miss Diemond demonstrates how to use the duplicating machine.
Miss Sandra E. Obartuck
Mr. Lynch and Miss Die-
mond confer over a supply
In an ever changing world, the value of history continually
increases. We have no way of gauging the future, but by the
past. To keep pace with the times, the History Department,
aside from normal subject areas, concentrates on the prob-
lems of today such as segregation, communism, and political
corruption. Likewise, students learn about government and
how it operates so that they can realize the benefits of living
in a democracy.
At Randolph High, history comes alive through the medium
of lectures, records, films, and field trips. The History De-
partment is constantly working towards the goal to prepare
students for the role of responsible well-informed citizens.
Mr. Francis O'Brien Head of Social Studies
Department : American Govt. ; U. S. His-
tory ; Varsity Baseball ; Student Exchange
Program ; Hockomock League Forum ;
United Nations Tour.
Mr. Louis Rizzo
Law : Chess Club.
Mr. John Pistone Problems of
Democracy ; World History II ;
Cross-Country, Winter and
Spring Track Teams.
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Mr. Theodore Pina U. S. His-
tory ; World History II ; Junior
Class Advisor ; Bridge Club Ad-
Lively Interest in '64 elections caused many debates in
Mr. O'Brien's History class.
Mr. Winston Fairfield
U. S. History;
Helen Kelley has a quick answer for Mr. Pina.
For a New Tomorrow .
Mr. Chester Gardener
Law ; Geography ;
Fundamentals of Law are being explained by Mr.
Mr. Raymond Thompson
American History ;
World History ; Problems
Practical Knowledge and Developing Theory
MA THEM A TICS
Mathematics, the key to the future, is once again one of
the strong points of the R.H.S. curriculum.
Under the guidance of Department Head, Mr. Paul
Lehtinen, the courses have been strengthened and extended.
As a result, there are now courses designed for those who
desire to advance into some of the more complex aspects
of this subject.
Utilizing this program, the Math Department has pro-
vided us with the opportunities which can lead to success.
Mr. Paul Lehtinen
Head of Math Dept.
Algebra 2 ; Advanced
College Math ;
Mrs. Murphy waits for her puzzled students to solve a difficult
Mr. Philip M. Saba
Basic Math ;
Algebra I ;
Head Football Coach.
Mrs. Jane B. Murphy
Algebra 2 :
College Review Math.
Mr. Ronald T. Mavor
22 College Review Math ;
Mr. Kenneth D. Mullaney
Science Makes a Better World . . .
From the study of biology to the intricacies of chemistry
and physics . . . this is the span of the Science Department
at Randolph High School. Under the supervision of the Depart-
ment Head, Mrs. Rosemary Sullivan, science has gained new
importance and vitality for us students. Not only are the prac-
tical concepts studied, but, for those who desire, the oppor-
tunity to advance into further realms is provided.
All of this is designed specifically to give us the background
knowledge of science necessary for both everyday life and for
the understanding of tomorrow.
Mrs. Rosemary Sullivan
Head of Science Department ;
Mr. Joseph Bourgeois
Biology (Adv.); Oceanography
Club : Science Fair Committee ;
N.H.S. Advisory Board
Louie explains the principle
of the pendulum to Peter
while class listens inten-
Mr. Myron Ogden
Physics, Alg. II
Mr. William Garnett
Miss Helen Sorensen
Mr. Kevin O'Brien
We are fortunate to have expert training in several specializ-
ed fields which are a valuable and necessary part of our educa-
tion. Mrs. Tierney gives students the opportunity to overcome
their reading difficulties and improve their speed, whle Mr.
Polio and Miss English help develop the latent artistic talent
which many of our students have. In the field of Home Econom-
ics, Mrs. Stribley and Miss Reen are preparing the girls for
future homemaking, and Mr. Zapustas and Mr. French with
Miss Skeels keep us physically fit. Miss Reusch is guardian of
the library and Mr. Raposa, who succeeded Mr. Lacey as Di-
rector of Music, makes musicians of students and entertains
us at assemblies and sport events. These specialists enrich
and complete the curriculum here at Randolph High School.
Mr. Leonard Raposa
Director of Music
Mr. Samuel Polio
Art Dept. Head, Mech. Drawing
Mr. Joseph Zapustas
Director of Physical Education
Director of Athletics
Mr. Robert Lacey
Former Director of Music
now State Supervisor
Mr. Larry French
Miss Dorothy Skeels
Specialized Areas . . .
Miss Reen and the girls relax while discuss-
ing family living.
Miss Barbara Reusch
Miss Gertrude Reen
Home Economics ; Foods
Future Homemakers of
Sweet music fills the auditorium during
Mrs. Tierney checks the setting for speed
Miss Mary English
Art and Art Appreciation
Mrs. Carole Stribley
Home Economics ;
Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney
Adviser to the Oracle
A Helping Hand for All.
Mr. William J. Casey
Director of Guidance
Randolph Public Schools
Ex Officio, National Honor
Society Advisory Board
Each year the Guidance Department takes giant steps in
providing both advancement of school standards and better
opportunity of placement. Applications, references, and care-
ful examination of student aptitude for the right choice of
college are daily offerings. A series of tests given throughout
the year to the various grades are also administered by the
Guidance Department. Whether the visit is for advice on a
personal problem, help getting into college, in acquiring a
job, or a need of a friend, the Guidance Department is the
place to go.
Miss Winifred M. Brennan
Assistant Director of Guidance
Senior Class Adivser
Tim and Mr. Casey take time from
the serious for the humorous . . .
In a free moment, Miss Isabelle J. Bennett,
Guidance Counselor checks her busy sched-
Mr. Thomas M. Cassese, Guidance Counselor,
checks one of the many applications that is pro-
cessed through the Guidance office.
Mrs. Simmons manages a smile in
the hurry of processing applications.
Mv Dear Graduates:
Randolph High School has been a point from
which the ascent to a successful, happy, and
full life has taken on momentum. Though most
of you will take different paths in the years
to come, I am sure your thoughts will always
bring you back to the one place which holds so
many memories for you . . . Randolph High
We who have been a part of your life and
your preparation and your triumphs will follow
your subsequent career with the keenest of in-
terest. We have faith in you and faith in your
May God shower you with His blessings and
guide you on your journey up the steps of life.
With heartfelt congratulations,
Hubert F. Gilgan
Mr. Gilgan dictates his message to the Seniors
to his secretary, Mrs. Vennick.
Our Principal is also an excellent
Mr. Powderly keeps things in a very orderly
Directing Our Affairs
The secretaries, Mrs. Fleming, Mrs.
Vennick and Mrs. Simmons are al-
ways at our service.
Seated: Mrs. Marie Cormey, Mr.
Raymond McGerrigle, and Mrs. Pa-
tricia McDermott. Standing: Mr.
William Lynch, Assistant Superin-
tendent, Mr. Charles Green, Mr. Pe-
ter Davin, and Mr. Thomas War-
Mr. Pina pauses to answer a question
presented by one of his students.
Miss Brewster uses a study period to
catch up on her reading in the library.
A Teacher's Day
The Dramatics Club makes a long but worthwhile day as Mr. Vellante works with
a few of the cast members.
MRS. ELIZABETH TIERNEY
It is with deep appreciation that we the class of 1965 say
thank you to Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney. For many years she has
given of her time, energy, and precious advice so that the
Oracle would be a lasting chronicle of memories for the
Seniors of Randolph High School. We hope that she has found
as much pleasure in working with us as we have had learning
■ ■ ' ■ ' / / /
In these pages
we can find
many of the people
of our high school world.
Some of them
with our senior class,
have a yeat
or two remaining,
are not included here,
are a few of our fellow wayfarers.
We have finished
a part of life's journey-
here are a few
of the travellers
who have climbed
the steps with us
Challenge of Graduation
Those Who Led Us
Fellow graduates of Randolph
High School! For the past four
short, but wonderful years, we have
worked, studied, and socialized
together. We entered Randolph High
School not knowing each
other very well. Now we leave
it with many close friendships
formed, many sorrows and joys jointly
Look around. We see success. We
see the culmination of four
years of hard work. We see the
time and effort sacrificed
to achieve our individual goals. We
see the good, honest contributions that
made these four years
what they are.
What were, these years? They
were the years when we placed our
lives in the care of a wonderful school
to guide us, to teach us.
and to impart to us a sense
of duty, a sense of
honesty, and a sense of confidence
in our ability to handle the
problems of our new life.
These were the years we had
begun the climb to reach our
To the faculty we owe much
of our present and future
success. We will repay them with
the best possible compliment:
applying the lessons they
have taught us.
Now we part. We go our separate
ways, but the memories
will echo in the hearts of every
member of the class of 1965 as we
continue along the steps
To each and everyone of you,
I extend my most heartfelt
wishes for success.
To The Top . . .
All of us will soon take our places as voters. Some
of us will stand at the head of some faction of our
society as elected officers or leaders in our various
areas of employment. It will be the earliest lesson
in democracy that guides us. We, this year, have
learned our lesson well. We have sensibly selected
officers who possess the qualities of leadership and
a respect for the position to which they have been
Senior Class Adviser
Miss Winifred M. Brennan
•'For a jolly good book, whereon to
look, is better to me than gold."
"I know a maiden fair to see.
"Life's a pleasant institution — let's
take it as it comes." — Gilbert
"Let each man have the wit to go
his own way." — Propertius
"A worthier women who could
find?" — Aror
"Life held no troubles, and each day
brought its own reward." — Carver
Abramson, Gail (College) Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3;
Dance Committee 3 ; Booster Club 3 ; Randy Nominee
1, 2, 3 ; Office Girl 4 ; Junior Dance Committee 3 ;
Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ;
Science Fair 1, 2.
Aiello, Joseph (General! Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
Almond, Roberta ( Business I Banner Staff 1: Chorus
1 ; Dolphie Nominee 3 ; Drill Team 4 ; Office Girl 2.
Ambra, Glenn (College) Basketball 1; Chess Club
4 ; Golf Team 4 ; Oceanography Club 4 ; Science
Club 1 ; Science Fair 3, 4 ; Science Fair Committee
3, 4 ; Volley Ball 4.
Anderson, Karen (Business! Science Fair 1.
Anderson, Roger (College) Bowling Club 1, 2; Chess
Club 1 : Photography Club 1 ; Science Fair Commit-
tee 2 : Tennis 4.
Annand, Dareen (Business) Future Homemakers of
America 3 ; Pep Squad 3 ; Future Teachers Club 3.
"A rose with all its sweetest leaves
yet folded." — Maule
Apromollo, Cheryl Chorus 1, 2 ; FHA 1.
Argetes, Robert Bowling Club 1, 2 ; Photography
Club 3 ; Science Fair 2.
Arnao, Donna Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Booster Club 1,
2, 3 ; Chorus 2, 3, 4 ; District Festival 4 ; Dolphie
Nominee 1, 2, 3 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3 ; Music
Department Secretary 3, 4 ; Key Club 2, 3 ; Musical
Festival 1, 2, 4; Oracle Editor 4; Oracle Staff 1.
2, 3, 4 ; Science Fair 1. 2.
Bagge, Harold Science Fair Committee 1, 2.
Bahm, Ellen Office Girl 3, 4.
Baker, Frederick Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Baseball 1,
2, 3, 4.
Baltimore, Maurine Banner Staff 2 ; Booster Club 3 ;
Dolphie Nominee 1 ; Dramatic Club 3, 4 ; Oracle
Staff 4 ; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4.
'Happy am I ; from care I'm free.'
"Do all the good you can, as long
as you can."
"A friend to the human race.'
He makes a solitude and calls it
"A sweet expression is the highest
form of female loveliness." — Anon
"A mans life of any worth is u
continual Allegory, and very few
eyes can see the mystery of his life."
Barnes, Sandra (College) Dramatic Club 4 ; Future
Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Key Club 3, 4 ; Pep
Squad 3 ; Junior Dance Committee 3.
Baron, Myrna (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Banner
Staff 2, 3, 4 ; Chorus 1, 2 ; District Festival 3 ;
Dolphie Nominee 1, 2, 3 ; Dolphie Winner 1 ; Dra-
matic Club 1, 2,3,4; Key Club 2, 3 ; Science Fair
1. 2; SEMSBA 3.
Beam, Phyllis (Business) All State Festival 4; Ban-
ner Staff 1 ; Booster Club 2, 3 ; Chorus 1 ; Drill
Team 4 ; Office Girl 1.
Benson, Frank (General) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Music
Festival 1, 2, 4 ; Science Fair 1.
Berenson, Narla (Business) Bowling Club 1, 2 ; Fu-
ture Homemakers of America 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Key
Club 3 ; Science Fair 1, 2.
Berenson, Robert (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Music
Festival 2, 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4.
Berg, Stephen (College) Band 2, 3, 4 ; Dolphie Nomi-
nee 2 : Music Festival 2 : Oracle Staff 4.
"A friend may well be reckoned the
masterpiece of nature." — Emerson
"The fairest garden in her looks-
and in her mind, the wisest books.
"A light heart lives long." — Shakes-
'I count him wise." — Watson
"Music I heard with you was more
than music.'*) -A-Allen
"I find that nonsense at times is
singularly refreshing." — Anon
As We Look
"His time is forever — everywhere his
place." — Crowley
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"Little I ask ; my wants are few.
"Songs without words are best."
Forward . . .
"Love, sweetness, goodness in her
power shined so clear." — Milton
"She hath a will and knows the
way." — Browning
"When she passed, it seemed like the
ceasing of exquisite music." — Long-
Bergeron, Helen (Business) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A.
1, 2, 3, 4 ; Key Club 4 ; Music Festival 1 ,4 ; Science
Bernard, Janet (College) Banner Staff 1, 2 ; Chest
Club 1 ; Dolphie Nominee 2 ; Dramatic Club 3, 4 ;
Future Nurses Club 1, 2 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science
Berry, Rena (Business) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 4;
Dolphie Nominee 2, 3, 4 ; Honor Roll 1, 2 ; Music
Festival 1, 2, 4 ; Science Fair 1 ; Music Department
Secretary 3, 4.
Betti, Jean (Business) Future Homemaker of America
2 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science Fair 2.
Betti, Joan (College) F.H.A. 4; F.N.C. 1, 2, 3 ; Ora-
cle Staff 4 ; Science Fair 2 ; Pep Squad 3 ; Fashion
Blaine, Helen (College) Bowling Club 3; Dolphie
Nominee 1 ; F.T.C. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Blanchard, Bonnie (Business) Office Girl 2, 4.
"Always true and faithful as can
be." — Bealey
"Life would be very dull without
her." — Anon
"There is no duty we underrate so
much as the ,du,ty of heing happy."
"A gentleman makes no noise."
"A messenger of friendship.'
"She must be seen to be apprecia-
ted." — Ainsworth
"There was a good sport at his
making." — Anon
"Fashioned so slenderly — young and
so fair." — Hood
Blotner, Richard (College) Key Club 4; Banner Staff
4 ; Conservation Club 1 ; Dolphie Nominee 1 ; Sci-
ence Fair — Hon. Men. 2 ; Science Fair 1, 2, 3 ;
F.T.C. 4 ; Cross Country 2.
Blume, Barbara (Business)
Bourbeau, Norman (Business) Conservation Club 1,
2, 3, 4; Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1, 2, 3,
4; Science Fair 1, 2; Spring Track 1, 2. 3, 4.
Bowler, Ruth-Anna (College) Band 1, 2: Chorus 1, 2,
3 ; Music Festival 1, 2 ; Office Girl 4 ; Oracle Staff
4 ; Science Fair 2 ; Science Fair Committee 3 ; S.E.M.
S.B.A. 1 ; Key Club 4.
Brooks, Paul (College) Band 1; Baseball 1; Winter
Track 2; Spring Track 3; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
Browne, Suzanne (Business) Banner Staff 1.
Brusinski, Linda (College) Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Capt. 1, 4 ; Chorus 2, 3 ; F.T.C. 1, 2 ; Key Club
3, 4 ; Oracle Staff Editor 4 ; Student Council 3, 4 ;
Miss R.H.S. Candidate 4 ; Science Fair 2 ; Committee
3 ; Miss Football 4.
"Sparkle and spirit, a cheer from
the start, all lady all winner, she
captured out hearts." — Anon
Bucuvalas, Charles (College) Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Key Club 4 ; Winter Track 1, 2 ; Oracle Staff 4 ;
Spring Track 1, 2.
Bullock, John (College) Band 1, 2, 3 ; Basketball 1;
Cross Country Team 2, 3, 4 ; Football 1 ; Music
Festival 2, 3 ; Science Fair Committee 3, 4 ; Spring
Track 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Winter Track 2, 3.
Burke, Richard (College) Basketball 1.
Burns, Timothy (College) Student Council 4; Baseball
1, 2 ; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Golf Team 4 ; Fashion
Show 3 ; Science Fair 1, 2 ; Science Fair Committee
Butts, Regina (Business) Chess Club 2; Drill Team 4.
Cadoff, Stephen I College) Banner Staff 4; Bowling
Club 1 ; Dramatics Club 3, 4 ; Future Teachers Club
3 ; Science Fair 4.
Cairns, Kevin (General)
"A ray of sunshine reaching far
and wide." — Anonymous
'I live one day at a time." — Anon
"For man is man and master of his
fate." — Tennyson
"Where there's a will, there's a way"
— English Proverb
"A man he seems of cheerful yester-
days and confident tomorrows." —
"A little nonsense, now and then, is
relished by the wisest of men."
Callahan. Russell (General) Baseball 1, 2, 3. 4;
Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
Camelio. Marilyn [College)
Carlino, Philip (College) Cross Country Team 1
Football 4; Golf Team 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2, 3
Science Fair Committee 2, 3 ; Spring Track 1, 2, 4
Winter Track 1, 2.
Caselden, Janice (College) Booster Club 3 ; Dolphie
Nominee 1, 3 ; Future Nurses of America 1 ; Future
Teachers Club 3, 4.
Cerrato, Albert (College) Basketball 1; Key Club 4
Science Fair 1, 2 ; Science Fair Committee 3.
Cerullo. Carl (College) Bowling Club 1. 4; Key Club
4 : Oracle Staff 4.
Ciardi, Robert (General
"To look on life and find it good,
is the sign of a happy man." —
"Life was made for laughter.'
"He is always smiling and fun to
know." — Anon
"The eyes of each man see but what
they have the power of seeing." —
"She said little, but to the purpose.
"She is as good as she is fair.'
"Be merry and happy all day
through." — Anon
"A pleasing girl with pleasing man-
ners." — Anon
"Gentleness is able to accomplish
what violence cannot." — Anon
at a Close
"Silence and reserve suggest hidden
power. What some men think has
more effect than what others say."
"Man grows beyond his work, walks
up the stairs of his concepts, emer-
ges ahead of his accomplishments."
"I expect to pass through this world
but once, any good thing, therefore,
that I could do or kindness that I
can show my fellow creature, let me
do it now." — Anonymous
"For we that live must please to
live." — Anon
Cicchini, Virginia (Business! Dolphie Nominee 2.
Concannon, John (College) Dolphie Nominee 3 ; Ban-
ner Staff 3, 4 ; Track 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Cross Country
2, 3, 4 ; Banner Fashion Show 3, 4 ; Science Club
2, 3 ; Science Fair Committee 3, 4.
Condlin, Barbara (College) Booster Club 1, 3 : Fu-
ture Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Key Club 4.
Connolly, Joseph (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Banner
Staff 4 ; Dance Band 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Music Festival 1, 2,
4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3 ; Winter Track 3; Choir 2, 3,
Connors, James (College) Baseball 3, 4 ; Cross Coun-
try Team 3 ; Football 1 ; Science Fair 1, 2 ; Spring
Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4.
Connors, Kathleen (Business) Future Nurses Club
of America 1.
Cooke, Elizabeth (Business) F.H.A. 2, 3, 4.
"Her words are found as true as any
bond." — Anon
"Her .oik was earnest, her future
was assured." — Anon
"Possess your soul with patience.
"Strong reasons make strong ac-
tions." — Shakespeare
"Nothing can bring you peace but
yourself." — Emerson
"Paradise is open to all kind
hearts." — Beranger
'The will to do." — Scott
Costello, Catherine (Business) Booster Club 3; Dra-
matic Club 3 ; Future Homemakers of America 1 :
Office Girl 1. 2.
Crane, Martin (General) Band 1.
Creighton, Marsha (Business) Science Fair Entry 1
Home Ec. Fashion Show 1.
Crompton, Ellen (Business) Dramatics Club 3; Fu-
ture Homemakers of America 3 ; Booster Club 1, 2, 3.
Curran, Richard (College) Football 1 ; Science Fail
1. 3 : Spring Track 1.
Cutler, Robert (College) Basketball 2; Bowling Club
1 ; Chess Club 2, 3 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science Club
2 ; Science Fair 1. 2, 3.
Dale, Marsha (College) Dramatic Club 3 ; Future
Teachers Club 2,3,4; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science Club
A Little Sadness
"Seriousness and merriment are near
neighbors." — Brown
Daley, Thomas (College)
Damon, John (General) Basketball 1; Football 1, 2,
3, 4 ; Science Fair 1 ; Science Fair Committee 1.
Davin, Paula (Business) Booster Club 1; Dramatic
Club 1,2: Usherette 3.
Deane, Louis (College) Banner Staff Representative 2,
3 4 • Boy State Nominee 4 ; Class Officer 2 ; Dol-
phie Nominee 1, 2, 3 ; Dolphie Winner 1; Key Club
4 ; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Pres. 4 ; Oracle
Staff 4 ; Science Fair Grand Award 3.
DeBoer, Elizabeth (Business) Chorus 2, 4 ; Dolphie
Nominee 3 ; Dolphie Winner 3.
DeLorenzo, Dana (College)
DeSisto, Thomas (General)
"What do we live for if it is not to
make life less difficult for each
other." — Thackery
"Loyalty is the holiest good in the
human heart." — Seneca
"A good laugh is sunshine in a
house." — Eliot
DANA De LORENZO
"His voice was quiet but his words
will live in the memories of his
friends." — Stark
"To climb a steep mountain requires
a slow pace at first." — Shakespeare
"Wit and wisdom are born with a
man." — Selden
THOMAS De SISTO
"From the crown of his head to the
soul of his feet, he is all mirth."
Devlin, Mark (General I
Diauto. David (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4 : Dance Band
2. 3. 4.
Diorio. James (College) Dolphie Nominee 1, 2
DiSimone, Raymond (College) Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4;
Football 1, 2, 3. 4; Key Club 4; Oracle Staff 4;
Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 2, 3, 4.
Dlott, Stephen (College) Banner Staff 2, 3, 4 ; Bas-
ketball Manager 3, 4 : Boys' State Nominee 3 ; Class
President 2 ; Dolphie Nominee 1, 2 ; Dramatics Club
2. 3, 4 ; Future Teachers' Club 2, 3, 4 ; President
4 ; National Honor Society 3, 4 ; Secretary 4.
Doherty, Donald (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Foot
ball 2, 3.
Dollof f, Catherine ( B
Girl 2. 3.
"His smile was quiet but all called
him friend." — Markhan
"Wit makes its own welcome and
levels all distinctions" — Emerson
e greater the man, the greater
e courtesy" — Tennyson
monarch of all I survey"
"To love the game beyond the prize'
As We Lo^Jkwk
"Friendship is the gift of the gods
and the most precious boon to man."
'His cheerful life is what we love.'
"Born for success he seemed — with
grace to win, with heart to hold,
with shining gifts that took all
eyes." — Emerson
From the Top
'And her modestkbswe^l Ya-tl$' grace- » )
ful air show! fhWp Wik&j/svid' g$og/' as , fj\
"Hold thy lighted lamp on high, be
a star in someone's sky." — Burton
"Marilyn is always full of fun ; she
laughs and smiles at everyone." —
Dombrowski, Donald (Business) Chorus 3, 4; Spring
Downing, Arthur (General)
Downing, Stephen (College) All State Festival 3, 4 ;
Band 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Basketball 2, 3, 4 ; Boy's State
Delegate 3 ; Cross Country Team 1, 2, 3, 4 ; District
Festival 3, 4; Dolphie Nominee 1, 2, 3; National
Honor Society 3, 4 ; Science Fair Winner 2, 3 :
S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2, 3, 4.
Drury, Margaret (College) Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4;
Literary Secretary 4 ; Dolphie Nominee 1, 2 ; Dolphie
Winner 2 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Publicity
Manager 4 ; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 ; Future
Teachers' Club 2, 3, 4, Delegate 4 ; Science Fair
East, Winifred (College) Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4:
Dolphie Nominee 1, 2 : Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Future Nurses Association 1, 2 ; Future Teachers
Club 2, 3, 4 ; National Honor Society 2, 3, 4 ; Sci-
ence Fair 1,2; Student Council 1 ; Banner Secretary
3 ; Banner Co-Manager 4.
Elliot, Marilyn (College I Booster Club 1, 2, 3: Ban-
ner Fashion Show 2, 3 ; Future Nurses of America
4 ; Library Staff 1 ; Oracle 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Sci-
ence Fair 1 ; Science Fair Committee 1.
Ellis, Joanne (Business)
"In faith . . . you have a merry
heart." — Shakespeare
"The wealth of mankind is the wis-
dom they lead." — O'Reilly
'The best of healers is good cheer.
"She was a phantom of delight.
"Give to the world the best you have
and the best will come to you."
Faring, Wayne (College) Basketball 1 ; Dolphie Nom-
inee 2 ; Football 1.
Fasoli, Corinne (General) Chorus 1, 2; Future
Homemakers of America 1 ; Office Girl 2 ; Twirler
1, 2; Concert 1, 2.
Paunce, Katherine (General) Bowling Club 1, 2, 3;
Dolphie Nominee 1, 2, 3 ; Girls Basketball 1, Science
Fair 1, 2.
Fearer, Beverly (College) Future Teachers Club 2, 3,
4 : Key Club 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science Fair 1.
Fenton, Lorene (Business) Booster Club 1; Bowling
Club 1 : District Festival 2 ; Dolphie Nominee 2, 3 ;
Drill Team 2, 3 ; Future Homemakers of America
1, 4 ; Fashion Show 1 ; Music Festival 2, Oracle
Ferraro, Geraldine (Business) F.H.A. 1, 2; Office
Girl 1, 2.
Fichter, Peter (College) Chess Club 1 ; Cross Coun-
try Team 2 ; Dolphie Nominee 2 ; Spring Track 1,
2, 3, 4 : Winter Track 3.
The First Record
"A man is a worker, if he is not
that, he is nothing." — Conrad
"She smiled and the shadows de
parted." — Symonds
"Blue were her eyes like the fairy-
flax, her cheeks like the dawn of
day." — Longfellow
"A good name is better to me than
Fillebrown, Allan ( General )
Finn, Mark (Business) Decorating Committee 3; Sc
ence Club 1 ; Science Fair 1.
Firth, Harold (General) Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Football
1, 2, 3, 4.
Flanagan, Maureen (Business) Bowling Club 2, 3;
Dolphie Nominee 1, 2, 3 ; Dolphie Winner 1, 2 ;
Girls State Nominee 3 ; Key Club 4 ; National Honor
Fletcher, Nancy (Business) F.H.A. 1.
Flood, William (College) All-State Festival 2; Band
1, 2, 3; District Festival 1, 2; Science Fair 1, 2, 3.
Floyd, Linda (Business) F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; F.H.A.
Delegate Girls' Basketball 2, 3 ; Girl's Softball 1.
'A boy's will is the mind's will.
"Whatever is worth doing is worth
doing well." — Chesterfield
"A seed of sunshine that can leaven
our earthly dullness." — Lowell
Hop as Freshmen
"Without kindness there is no true
joy." — Carlyle
"Life is not life at all without de-
light." — Patmore
"How far that little candle throws
its beam." — Anonymous
"As true as I live" — Middleton
"Patience is the best remedy for every
trouble." — Anonymous
Forte, Susan (Business! Banner Staff 2; Bowling
Club 3 : Chorus 2 ; Key Club 3, 4.
Francis, William (General) Science Fair Committee 1.
Franklin, James (College) Banner Staff 2, 3, 4;
Boy's State Delegate 3 ; Chess Club 2, 3, 4 ; Dolphie
Winner 1, 2. 3 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Vice
President ; Oracle Editor 4 ; Football 1 ; National
Honor Society 2, 3, 4, Vice President ; Co-Editor
Oracle Staff 4 ; Spring Track 1.
French, Carolyn (General)
Gaffney, Paul (College I
Gallagher, Arthur (College) Boy's State Delegate 3;
Chess Club 2, 3, 4 ; Dramatic Club 2, 3 ; Treas-
urer 4 ; Football Head Manager 2, 3, 4 ; Key Club
2, 3, 4 ; Oceanography Club 2, 3 ; Spring Track —
Head Manager 3 ; Key Club, President 4 ; Co-Editor
Oracle Staff 4.
Gallagher, Lesley (Business) Chorus 1; Class Officer
1, 2, 3, 4 ; District Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Concerts
2, 3, 4; Usherette 2, 3, 4; Dance Committee 1, 2,
3, 4 ; Key Club 4 ; Music Festival 1, 2, 3. 4 ; Oracle
Staff 4 ; Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Miss Randolph High
"All work is as seed sown : it grows
and spreads, and sows itself a new."
"Find her and you will have fun."
e Last Dance
"The sweetest garland to the sweetest
maid." — Tickelle
"To aim high, to think deep
the challenge of every day"
fie is a rrvajn of\|4p4efi*lld abilities
"A true friend is forever a friend.
at the Prom
"A good character is for remem-
brance." — Plah-hotep
"She is a kind girl with qualities
to match." — Anonymous
Gallagher, Paul (College) Boy's State Delegate 3
Key Club 4.
Gaynor, Sara (College) District Festival 1, 2, 3, 4;
Drill Team 1 ; Twirler 2, 3, 4.
"Those that are faithful, eager, and
willing can't help but make a success
out of life." — Anon
Geisler, Hans (General)
Gibbs, Frank (Shop) Randolph Motor Club 3, 4;
Oracle Staff 4.
Goodman, Steve (College) Banner Staff 2, 3, 4,
Music Editor ; Chess Club 3, 4 ; Oceanography Club
4; Science Club 3, 4; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4,
Honorable Mention ; Fashion Show 1, 2, 3, 4.
Govan, Robert (Generalj Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4, Cap-
tain ; Football 2 ; Track 1.
Graham, Kathleen (Business) Booster Club 2,
Dolphie Nominee 3 ; Office Girl 4 ; Oracle Stati r \ii
"There is a world of wonder in the
sweetness of one girl's smile."
"All succeeds with people who are
sweet." — Voltaire
"His work was earnest, his worth
assured." — Holbrook
"He who is of a kind and happy
nature." — Plato
Green, Andrea (College) Booster Club 1, 3; Dolphie
Nominee 2; Science Fair 2; Drill Team 1, 2; FTC
1, 2; Key Club 3, 4; Library Staff 4; Oceano-
graphy Club 1, 2 ; Oracle Staff Editor 4 ; Twirler 4.
Green, James (College) Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Cross
Country Team 1, 3.
Green, Katherine (College) Chorus 4; Color Guard 4.
Green, Robert (College) Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; Basket-
ball 1, 2, 3. 4 ; Cross Country Team 1 ; Dolphie
Greenlun, Ellen (College) Band 1, 2, 3 ; District Festi
val 2 ; Music Festival 1 ; Science Fair 1, 2.
Griffin, Virginia (College I District Festival 2; Drill
Team 2 ; Key Club 3, 4 ; Office Girl 4 ; Oracle Staff
4 ; Oracle Editor 4 ; Science Fair 1, 2, 3 ; Science
Fair Committee 3 ; Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 : WG
BH Correspondent 3.
Grosky, Ilene (College) Bowling 1 ; Chorus 1 ; Dra-
matic Club 1, 2, 4 ; Drill Team 1, 2 ; FTC 1 :
Key Club 3, 4; Office Girl 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Science Fair
"There was laughter in her eyes and
a spirit in every word." — Royal
"For where there are Irish, there's
loving and fighting." — Anon
Freshman A Igebra
"We love her for her smile, her look,
her way of speaking gently."
Gulczynski, Diane (Business) Office Girl 2, 3 ; Sci-
ence Fair 1.
Halasz, Stephen (General) Bowling Club 2; Dolphie
Nominee 1 ; Science Fair 1 ; Science Fair Committee
1 ; Spring Track 1, 2 ; Winter Track 1, 2.
Hamilton, Donna (Business) Chorus 1, 2; Drill
Team 3, 4 ; Fashion Show 1, 2, 3 ; Music Festival
3 : Office Girl 1, 2, 3, 4.
Hamilton, Kathleen (General)
Hammond, Carolyn (Business) Office Girl 1.
Hanrahan, Donald (General) Cross Country 1; Foot-
ball 1 ; Science Club 2.
Hansen, Barbara (General) Booster Club 1 ; Drama-
tic Club 1 ; Library Club Staff 4 ; Science Fair 1 ;
Pep Squad 3.
to Office Practice
"I have room in my heart for every
joy." — Anon
"A quick wit, a pretty smile, and
the day seems brighter." — Oakham
"So much is a man worth as he
esteems himself." — Rabelais
'Soft as); her chime, and sunny as
"The quiet mind is nicer than a
crown." — Greene
"A seed of sunshine that can leaven
our earthly dullness." — Lowell
"He that is of a merry heart hath
a continual feast." — Anon
Haskell. Kenneth (General) Bowling Club 1.
Hayes, Doris (College! Dolphie Nominee 3; Future
Homemakers of America 2, 3, 4 ; Future Teachers
Hayes, Patricia (Business) Future Homemakers
America 4 : Oracle Staff 4 ; Science Fair 1.
Hazzard, Paul (College) Basketball 1 ; Spring Tr
2 : Latinum Auxilium Winner 2.
Hemenway, Peter (College) Basketball 1, 2, 3,
Football 1; Key Club 4; Spring Track 1, 2,
Heney. William (Business) Football 3.
Hennessey, Noreen (College) Banner Staff 2,
Cheerleader 3, 4 ; Future Nurses of America 1,
3, 4 ; Miss Randolph High School Nominee 4 ; G
Soft Ball 1, 2 ; Key Club 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff (Edi-
tor) 4 ; Science Fair 1 : Science Fair Committee 3, 4 ;
Student Council 2, 3, 4 ; President 4 : Fashion Show
1, 2, 3, 4.
"Strong reasons make strong ac-
tions." — Shakespear-
"Intellect — The starlight of the
brain." — Willis
'Modesty is the beauty of women."
"Common sense is the knowledge of
seeing things as they are, and doing
things as they ought to be done." —
"An inexhaustible good nature is one
of the most precious gifts of na-
ture." — Suckling
"Charm is a smile, a pretty look, a
sweetness in every word." — Palmer
"None but himself can be his paral-
"Her work was earnest, her future
was assured." — Anon
"A sunshine in the shadie place.'
Hesed, Harriet (College) Future Teachers Club 2, 3,
4 ; Key Club 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science Club
2, 3, 4 ; Science Fair 1 ; Honor Roll 3.
"Life is not life without delight."
"He could, he would, he did his
best." — Southwell
Higgins, Annette (Business) Banner Staff 1 ; Future
Homemakers of America 4 ; Girl's Softball 2 ; Office
Girl 4; Oracle Staff (Editor) 4; Fashion Show 1, 2.
Higgins, Diane (College) Science Fair 1, 2.
Howard, Paul (Business) Basketball 1, 2, 3.
Hurley, John (College) Basketball 3, 4.
Hutchinson, Jo-Ann (Business) Future Homemakers
of America 1, 4 ; Key Club 4 ; Oracle Staff 4.
Jeffrey, Laura (Business) Booster Club 1, 2, 3, 4;
Future Homemakers of America 4 ; Future Nurses
Club 2 ; Future Teachers Club 3 ; Oracle Staff 4.
and Job Interviews
"A frown is no distinguisher ; it
does not put him out." — Saxe
"The ease of her heart her every
look conveys." — Crabbe
"A good friend in many ways." —
'Temperate in all things." — Anon
"Light heart lives long." — Shakes-
wr . ^
"Peace is rarely denied to the peace- A •; (7
Johnson, Ruth (General) Office Girl 1 ; Fashion
enry, John (General) Bowling Club 1, 4.
Jones, Jennifer (College) Dolphie Nominee 1, 2 ; Dra-
matic Club 3 ; Future Teachers Club 1. 2, 3, 4 ;
Key Club 3 ; Science Fair 1.
"A merry heart that laughs at care.
Joyce, Linda (Business)
Karp, Suzzanne (General) Future Nurses Club 1, 2,
3 ; Science Club 2.
Katler, Elissa (College) Bowling Club 1; Future
Homemakers of America 4 ; Science Fair 1.
Kawadler, Alan (College) Audio 1, 2; Dramatic Club
1, 2; Football 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Science Fair 1, 2; Spring
Track 1, 2.
Memories of Work
"He served his kind by work and
deed." — Venable
"There's no wisdom like frankness.
Kay, Loreen (Business) Class Officer Pies. 1 ; Drill
Team 1, 2 ; Capt. 2 ; Music Festival 2 ; Office Girl
1 ; Oracle Booster 2 ; Oracle Staff 4.
Keane, Roy (General)
Kelleher, Eunice (College) Booster Club 2, 3; Dolphie
Nominee 1 ; Usherette 3 ; Future Nurses Club 1 ;
Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 ; Key Club 4 ; Office
Girl 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science Fair 2.
Kelly, Alice (Business) Chorus 1; Dolphie Nominee
2 ; Booster Club 2.
Kelsey, Barbara (College) Banner 3; Booster 1, 2, 3;
Chorus 3, 4 ; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Dramatic Club 1, 2 ; Banner Fashion Show 3 ; Science
Fair Committee 1, 2.
Kiley, Maureen (Business) Booster Club 2; Girls
Basketball 1, 2; Girls Softball 1, 2; Oracle Staff 4;
Science Fair Committee 1.
King, Richard (College) Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4;
Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Key Club 3, 4 ;
Oracle Staff 3, 4 ; Tennis 3 ; Auxilium Latinum
"A kind heart is a fountain of
gladness, making everything in its
vicinity to freshen and smile."
"The sweet magic of a cheerful
face." — Holmes
"Her ways are ways of pleasantness
and all her paths are peace." — Old
"Laugh and the world laughs with
you." — Milman
"Twas the thinking of others, made
you think of her." — Anon
"A man is rich according to what
he gives, not what he has."
Kirdegard. Katrine (College) Banner Staff 1, 3; Boo-
ster Club 1 : Dramatic Club 1 : Fashion Show 3.
Klein, Debra (College)
Koltov, Beverly (College) Banner Staff 2; Future
Nurses Club 3 ; Future Teachers Club 4 ; National
Honor Society 3, 4; Office Girl 1, 2, 3.
Komich, John (General)
Lane, Madeline (Business) Booster Club 2, 3; Office
Girl 2 : Oracle Staff 3, 4.
Lane, William (College) Dolphie Nominee 1, 2, 3;
Dolphie Winner 2, 3 ; Key Club 4 ; Oceanography
Club 2, 3, 4 ; Treasurer ; Spring Track 2 : Gradu-
ation Usher 3.
Lang, Ruth (Col
"Her sunny disposition would warm
the coldest days." — Anon
"A daughter of the gods divinely tall
and most divinely fair." — Tennyson
"A day that makes us happy makes
us wise." — Masefield
"Who walks in beauty has no need
of fear." — Morton
'A friend may well be reckoned the
naster piece of nature." — Emerson
'Find her and you will find fun.'
Hours of Study,
"Born for success he seemed.
"He is a true and good companion
all the day." — Anon
MARCIA LE BLANC
"Music is said to be the speech of
the angels." — Carlyle
THERESA LE BLANC
"Cheerful, neat, very sweet, a plea-
sure to know, fun to meet." — Anon
"A nod of an honest man.
ST A TISTICS
Laun. Roy (College) Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4; Bridge
Club 3 ; Golf Team 4 ; Oceanography 3, 4.
Le Blanc, Marcia (Business) All-State Festival 3;
Band 1, 3, 4 ; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Dance Band 2 ;
District Festival 1, 2, 3 ; Music Festival 1 ; S.E.M.S.
Le Blanc, Theresa (College) Banner Staff 3, 4;
Banner Co-Business Manager 4 ; Dolphie Nominee 1,
3 ; Dramatic Club 3, 4 ; Banner Fashion Show 3 ;
Decoration Committee Jr. Prom 3 ; Future Teacher's
Club 3, 4; Key Club 4.
Lee, Peter (College)
Leibovitz, Stuart I College) Bowling Club 1 ; Drama-
tic Club 3, 4 ; Key Club 4 ; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Science Fair Winner 3 ; Science Fair Committee 3 ;
Tennis Club 2, 3, 4.
LeVangie, William (Business)
Levinson, Frederick (College) Bowling Club 1 ; Boys'
State Nominee 3 ; Russian Club 2 ; Key Club 3, 4 ;
Chess Club 3 ; National Honor Society 3, 4 ; Dolp-
hie Nominee 2 ; Dolphie Winner 1, 2, 3 ; Science
Club 3 ; Science Fair 1, 2.
Tests and Marks
VVirtue is the truest nobility."
"The monuments of wit survive the
monuments of power" — Bacon
"Wit and wisdom are born with a
man." — Seldon
"You'll find us rough
find us* r»ady." — Dick
"And I'll walk my road somewhere
between — the unseen green and the
jet-black train, — and I'll sing my
song like a rebel wild." — Bob Dylan
Levitts, Jay (College) Bowling Club 1 : Russian
Club 2; Key Club 3, 4; Science Club 3, 4; Sci-
ence Fair 1.
Lord, Edward (College) Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Co-
Captain ; Science Fair 1, 2 ; Science Fair Committee
3 ; Spring Track Team 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Winter Track
Team 1, 2, 3, 4.
Lyon, Donald (College) Band 2; Baseball Team 2;
Science Fair 2, 3 ; Science Fair Committee 3 ; Win-
ter Track Team 2.
Lyons, Michelle (Business) Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4;
Class Officer 1, 2, 3; Dramatic Club 1, 2; Future
Homemakers of America 1 ; Music Festival 1 ; Office
Girl 1, 3; Science Fair 1, 2; Usherette 3; Fashion
iShow 1, 2, 3 ; Decorating Committee 1, 2, 3.
Lyttle, Marque 'General)
Mahoney, Elaine (Business) Booster Club 2; Dolphie
Nominee 1, 2, 3 ; Dolphie Winner 3 ; Future Home-
makers of America 4 ; Key Club 4 ; Oracle Staff 4.
Mahoney, George (General)
"Vim, vigor, vitality, pep, poise, and
personality." — Anon
"The secret of success lies in the
power of friendship." — Libby
"If to share some female errors fall,
Look on her face, and you'll forget
them all." — Pope
Mahoney, Gerald (Shop) Dolphie Nominee 1, 3; RAM
OC 3, 4 ; Related Arts Exhibit 3.
Mahoney, Joseph (College)
Mallard, George (General)
Mandeville, Brenda (Business) Booster Club 3 ;
Oracle Staff 4.
Maxwell, Ann (College) Office Girl 4; Key Club
3, 4 ; Banner Fashion Show 2, 3 ; Future Teachers
MacDonald, Michael (College) Banner Staff 3; Dra-
matic Club 3 ; Key Club 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 3 ;
Science Fair Committee 3 ; Tennis Team 3, 4 ; Auxi-
Hum Latinum Award.
MacNeil, James (College)
to Long Remember
"Those who bring sunshine to the
lives of others cannot keep it from
themselves." — Barrier
"Good humor is the clear blue sky
of the soul.'' — Saunders
"Youth is the only season for en-
joyment." — Barron
"In the life of a young man, the
most essential thing for happiness is
the gift of friendship." — Sir V/m.
"Enough work to do, and strength
enough to do the arork." — nKiplir
"Her chain of friendship has many
links." — Marner
"Ambition has no risk." — Anony-
McCambly, Linda (Business) Cheerleader 1; Chorus
3 : Key Club 4.
McCarthy. Edward (General)
McCormick, Lawrence (Shop) Related Arts 3; Ramco
McElroy, Mildred (Business) Cheerleader 1 ; Spelling
Bee 2, 3 ; Dolphie Nominee 3.
McGeown, Paul (College) Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
McGrath, Michael (College)
McGrory, Eileen (General) Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Music Festival 1, 2; Oracle Staff (Editor) 4; Future
Homemakers of America 3, 4 ; Usherette 3, 4.
travaillier is he
"Friendship is the breathing rose
with sweets in every fold." — Holmes
"Patience is the best remedy for every
trouble." — Plautus
"Good sense, disciplined by exper-
ience and inspired by goodness, is-
sues in practical wisdoms." — Anon
A worthier woman who can find?'
"I am not in the roll of the com-
mon man." — Anonymous
'Full of fun, a pleasure to know.
"Let each man have the wit to go
his own way." — Propertius
"I am a part of all I have met.
"The melody of every grace and
music of her face." — Lovelace
Gained and Given
"It is not what he has, or even
what he does which expressed the
worth of man, but what he is."
"A man who can think and act
upon his thoughts will make a mark
that is long remembered." — Hearth
"Never changing, always pleasing.
McHarrie, John (Business) Science Fair 1, 2; Foot-
McKenzie, Daniel (Business) Dolphie Nominee 2, 3;
Golf Club 2, 3, 4.
McKinney, Janette (General)
McLeod, Mackie (College) President 3.
McMenimon, William (College) Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Chess Club 3 ; Football 1
Key Club 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Oracle Editor 4
Science Fair 1, 2 ; Science Fair Committee 1, 2
Science Fair Winner 2.
McNeil, Bridget (Business)
McPartland, Dannette (Business) Chorus 1, 2; Dance
Committee 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Booster Club 1, 2 ; Music
Festival 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Concerts 1, 2, 3, 4 ; State Dis-
trict Festival 2, 3 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Drill Team 1,
2, 3, 4; Banner Fashion Show 3, 4; Usherette 1,
2, 3, 4.
"So of cheerfulness, or a good tem-
per." — Emerson
"Beauty anil wisdom are rarely con
joined." — Petronius
"No unkindly heart unkindly deeds
will do." — Beecher
"An easy minded soul and always
was." — Anon
"From her shall read the perfect
ways of honor." — Shakespeare
"Who mixed reason with pleasure
and wisdom with mirth." — Gold-
McPhee, Marie (Business) Banner Staff 2; Dolphie
Nominee 2, 3 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2 ; Future Home-
makers of America 2 ; Office Girl 2 ; Science Fair 1.
Meaney, Mary (Business) Booster Club 3 : Future
Homemakers of America 2 ; Oracle Staff 4.
Mednick, Judith (Business) Dolphie Nominee 3; Sci-
ence Fair 1 ; Oracle Staff 1 ; Future Teachers Club
2, 3, 4; Girls Softball 1, 2, 3, 4; Girls Basketball
1, 2. 3, 4.
Melia, Roslyn (College) Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Dance Committee 3 ; Future Teachers Club 1, 2 ; Key
Club 3, 4 ; Office Girl 4.
Mellon, David (College) Science Fair Committee 3.
Merkel, Barbara (Business)
Metzler, Eric (Business) Band 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Dance Band
Knowledge, a Hard
"He that hath patience may compass
anything." — Rabelais
'She does many kindnesses." — Anon
Michaelson, Joan (College) Drill Team 1, 2, 3; Fu-
ture Nurses Club 3 ; Girls Basketball 3 ; Science Fair
Moriarty, Jeanne (Business)
Morin, Paul (College)
Murphy, Joan (General) Chorus 2; Office Girl 3.
Mullaney, Gail (Business) Miss Randolph High
School Nominee 4.
Nadelman, Joan (College) Treasurer 4; Dolphie Nom-
inee 3 ; Drill Team 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Future Nurses Club
1 ; Music Festival 1, 2 ; Key Club 1 ; Usherette 4.
Needham, Paul (Business) Football 1, 2, 3, 4.
"They do not live but linger.
"A heart as pretty as her face.
"Sweeter also than the honey and
the honeycomb." — Genesis
"The sweetness of her manner left
sunshine in our hearts." — Campbell
'She does many kindnesses." — Anon
"He that has patience may compass
anything." — Rabalais
Needre, Steven (General)
Neilsen, Priscilla I Business) Dolphie Nominee 2, 3,
Dophie Winner 3 : F.H.A. 2 : Oracle Staff 2, 3.
Nelson. Richard (College) All State Festival 1, 2;
Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Dance Band
1, 2 : District Festival 1, 2 ; Dolphie Nominee 2, 3 :
Music Festival 2; S.E.M.S.B.A. 1, 2.
Noblin, John (College) Baseball 1, 2: Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4 : Cross Country Team 1 ; Dolphie Nominee
2 : Key Club 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Junior Dance Com-
Noonan, Denis (General)
Oborsky, Charleen (Business) Banner Staff 1, 2, 4;
Basketball 4 : Bowling Club 1 ; Dramatic Club 4 ;
Field Hockey 1 : F.H.A. 1, 2. 3.
O'Brien, Eileen (General) Banner Staff 1, 2:
Booster Club 3 ; Chorus 4 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2 ;
F.H.A. 1, 2: Key Club 3, 4; Office Girl 3, 4 ^ Oracle
Staff 4 ; Science FairV\l, 2.
"In him alone twas natural to
please." — Old Testament
Without music, life would be a
mistake." — Anonymous
'In fellowship well could she laugh
and talk." — Chaucer
"All who joy would win must share
it." — Bryon
"In him alone twas natural to
please." — Anonymous
To Build a
"She is pi-etty to walk with and
witty to talk ^.with" — Suckling
'No limits but the sky" — Cervantes
"We love her for her smile — her
look — her way of speaking." —
"I see bey<\nd the range of sight.
"Great persons are able to do great
kindnesses." — Cervantes
The soul of a inpaA we've made.
"Manner, not gold, is woman's best
adornment." — Meander
"Nothing is little to him that feels
it with g-eat sensibility." —Johnson
O'Brien, Jeannie (College) Booster Club 2, 3, 4;
Cheerleader 1, 3, 4 ; Miss R.H.S. Nominee 4 ; Future
Teachers Club 2,3, 4 : Office Girl 4 ; Oracle Staff
3, 4 ; Science Fair 2 ; Latinum Auxiluim Award 2,
3 : Banner Fashion Show 3 : Usherette 3.
O'Connor, William (General)
O'Hare, Maureen (College) Fashion Show 3, 4, Pep
Squad 3, 4 ; Future Teachers Club 3, 4.
O'Hare, Maureen (College) Fashion Show 3, 4; Pep
makers of America 4 ; Dance Committee 3 ; Future
Nurses Club 2 ; Girls Basketball 1 ; Softball 1.
O'Neil, Maureen (College) Booster Club 3: Pep
Squad 2; Future Nurses Club 1, 2; Girls Basketball
1 ; Oracle Staff 3.
Parker, Larry (General) Chorus 1, 2; Cross Cg
try Team 1 ; Science Fair
Parker, Lynne ( Business
"Our youth, our joy, are all we
have." — Ralugh
"Silence is move musical than any
song." — Rosette
"For blight manhood there is no
such word as fail." — Lylton
"Fair was she that maid of seven
teen summers." — Anon
Parker, Rita (Business)
Paulding, Richard I Business I
Pedell, Mary iBusinessI Chorus 4; Randy Nominee 1.
Perl, J oram (Business) Art Club 2.
Petipas, Rose (Business) District Festival 2, 3:
Dolphie Nominee 1, 2 : Drill Team 2, 3 ; Future
Homemakers Association 4 ; Fashion Show 1 ; Con-
certs 2, 3 ; Girls State Nominee 3 : Key Club 4 ;
Oracle Staff 4.
Petipas, Ruth (Business) District Festival 3; Future
Nurses Association 1, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science
Pink, Joan (College) Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Dol-
phie Nominee 2, 3 ; Dolphie Winner 3 ; Dramatic
Club 2, 3, 4 ; Future Nurses Association 1 : Future
Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 ; Key Club 3, 4 ; National
Honor Society 2, 3, 4 ; Science Fair 2.
hip — the Challenge
"A loving heart is the beginning of
all knowledge." — Anon
"A child of the pure, unclouded
brow." — Anon
Pinto, Lorelei (College) Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4; Future
Teachers' Club 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4.
Pochay, Val (Business)
Pooler, Thomas (College) Dolphie Winner 2; Oracle
Staff 4 : Science Fair 1.
Poretsky, Arlene (College) Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Future Teacher's Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Chess Club 2 ;
Key Club 3, 4 ; Dolphie Nominee 1, 3 ; Banner Busi-
ness Secretary 4 ; National Honor Society 3, 4 ;
Science Fair 1, 2.
Port, Arlene (College) Dolphie Nominee 1, 3; Dra-
matic Club 2 ,3. 4 : Future Teacher's Club 2, 3, 4 ;
Key Club 3, 4 ; Science Fair 1.
Prenovitz, Steven (General) Spring Track 1, 2, 3,
4 : Winter Track 2, 3, 4.
Prokup, Michael (College) Dramatic Club 4; Key
Club 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science Club 2 ; Science
Fair Winner 2, 3 ; Science Fair Committee 3 ; Ten-
nis 2, 3, 4 ; Winter Track 4.
"And if I laugh at any mortal
thing, 'tis that I may not weep."
"The rare and radiant maiden.
"Thou wert my guide, philosopher
and friend." — Pope
"But flies on eagle flight hold and
forth on." — Shakespeare
"To look on life and find it good
is the sign of a happy man." —
"A little peach in the orchard
grew." — Field
"And thus he bore without abuse —
the grand old name of gentlemen."
Putnam, Lee ( College I Dramatic Club 3, 4: Tennis
3 : Future Teacher's Club 2, 3, 4.
Quill, Carol (College! Band 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Future Teach-
er's Club 2, 3, 4 : Music Festival 1, 2 ; Oracle Staff
4: Science Fair 1, 2; Honorable Mention 1.
Renna. Marie (College] Banner Staff 1, 2. 3, 4;
Chorus 1, 2 ; Future Nurse's Club 2, 3, 4 ; Key
Club 3, 4 : Music Festival 1, 2 : Science Fair Com-
Rent, Stuart (Shop) Dolphie Winner 1, 2, 3; Oracle
Staff 3, 4 : R.A.M.O.C. 3. 4 ; Related Arts Exhibit.
Reynar, Richard I Shop I Dolphie 2, 3; R.A.M.O.C.
3, 4 : Related Arts Exhibit 3 ; Shooting Contest 2.
Ricchio, Anne (Business! Key Club 4.
Riddle, Carol I College) Future Nurse's Club 3.
"The world belongs to the enthusias-
tic who keep cool." — McFee
"Patience is the best remedy for every
trouble." — Plautus
"In friendship she could laugh and
talk." — Chaucer
"Working, smiling, to the end is
she." — Anon
'She was all heart and sensibility.
"An acre of performance is worth
the whole world of promise." —
Eager to Enter
"The gentleness of all the gods go
with thee." — Shakespeare
MARY LOU RIDLEY
"They make friends who do friendly
acts." — Gracian
ST A TISTICS
ffi u n I Roodie
not gold, is woman's best
ohnment." — Menander
"Experience is the child of thought,
and thought is the child of action."
"The scholar is the student of the
world." — Anonymous
"His smile has won him many
friends." — Peters
Ridley, Mary Lou (College) Bowling Club 1, 2 ;
Future Homemakers of America 1, 2, 3 ; Girls
Basketball 1, 2 ; Pep Squad 3, 4 ; Fashion Show 3.
Rood, Barbara (College) Bowling Club 1, 2 ; Office
Girl 1, 3 ; Pep Squad 3, 4.
Rosenberg, Ronald (College) Banner Staff 3,4; Boy's
State Nominee 3 ; Chess 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Dolphie Nominee
2 ; Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4 ; Bridge Club 3 ; Science
Fair 1, 2.
Rubin, Arthur (College) Dolphie Nominee 1 ; Science
Fair 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Science Club 2, 3, 4 ; Science Fair
Committee 1, 2 ; Science Fair Winner 2, 3.
Ruddick, Peter (College) Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Dolphie Nominee 2, 3:
Dolphie Winner 3 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Na-
tional Honor Society 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 3, 4 ; Sci-
ence Club 3 ; Science Fair 1, 2.
Russo, Richard (Business)
Ryan, Jean (Business) Banner Staff 1, 2, 3; Dance
'A million dollar smile." Shocks
"She is full of fun, wit, and fire.'
"Sincerely honest, true to all.
'Quiet and pretty is she." — Anon
"Some are born great, some achieve
greatness, and some have greatness
thrust upon them." — Shakespeare
'We found her a most delightful
sort ; a wonderful pal, a peach of
a sport." — Anon
"Little friends prove to be great
friends." — Aesop
Saba, Barbara (College) Cheerleader 1 ; Dance Com-
Saidel, William (College) Banner Staff — Asst. Ed.
in Chief 4 ; Boy's State Nominee 3 ; Class Officer
— Pres. 4 ; Dolphie Nominee 1, 2, 3 ; Winner 3 ;
Football 1, 2, 3, 4; Key Club 4; National Honor
Society 2, 3, 4 ; Student Council Treasurer, Sec,
V.P. ; Tennis 1. 2, 3; Co. Capt.
Salins, Mildred (College) Dolphie Nominee 1 : Future
Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 ; Key Club 4.
Sandler, Laurel (Business) Band 1 ;
Future Homemakers of America 1, 2.
Sandler, Nancy (College) Booster Club 3 : Dramatic
Club 3, 4 ; Future Teachers Club 2, 3, 4 ; Oracle
Staff 4 ; Science Club 2.
Santagate, Anne-Marie (Business) Randy Nominee 2,
Music Festivals 2, 3 ; Office Girl 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Future
Nurses Club 1 ; Concerts 2, 3 ; Randy Winner 3 :
Cafeteria Staff 4 ; Cheerleader 1 ; Drill Team 2,
3 ; Banner Fashion Show 1, 2.
Sarni, Barbara (College) Future Teachers Club 2, 3,
4 ; Key Club 3.
"Too fair to worship, too devine
to love." — Milman
Saxe, Gershon (College)
Scahill, Edward (General)
"A man's might is in the friends
he's made." — Brown
'To smile at every problem is to
win the game of life." — Anon
Schultz, Frank (College) Dolphie Nominee 3; Oracle _ i» \J^
Staff 4 ; Science Fair Committee 3. J^^ "X^/TV"")^-
Schultz, Peter (General)
Schartz, Barbara (College I
Seaverns, Robert (General) Basketball 1 ; Cross
Country 1 ; Football 1, 3, 4 ; Spring Track 1, 2,
3 ; Winter Track 1, 2, 3.
Segal, Leonard (College) Oceanography Club 2, 3,
4 ; Secretary ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science Club 2, 3 ;
Science Fair 2.
Leave at Last
"A winning smile and a personality
to match*" ^Foster .
>*. <r y j^V
"He is truly wise who gains wisdom
from another's mishap." — Synus
A quiet mind is nicer than a
crown." — Anon
^i LEONARD SEGAL
)0 "In him alone twas natural to
please." — Dryden
"Few things are impossible to dili-
gence and skill." — Jnnson
Serriello, Ralph (General)
Shaw, Harriet (Business)
Shaw, Vita (Business)
Sheppard, Earl (General) Science Fair Committee 2,
Sherr, Kenneth (College) Chess Club 1, 2, 3 4;
Bridge Club Pres. 3 ; Oracle Staff 3, 4 ; Science
Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Science Fair 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Honor-
able Mention Science Fair 1, 2 ; Grand Prize Winner
3 ; Second Prize Regional Winner 3.
Shiavone, Marie (General) Booster Club 1, 2, 3 ; Cho-
rus 1; Future Nurses Club 1, 2; Office Girl 1, 2,
3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Pep Squad 3, 4 ; Fashion
Show 1, 2, 3.
Shulman, Carol (College) Dramatic Club 3, 4; Fu-
ture Teachers Club 4 ; Key Club 4 ; Office Girl
3, 4; Oracle Staff 4: Science Fair 2.
"Our dignity is not what we do but
what we understand." — Santayana
"He that has patience may compass
anything." — Rabelias
"The Sweet magic of a cheerful
face." — Anon
"Live fully and completely as possi-
ble, to be happy is the aim of my
life." — Powys
"The secret of successyiies in the
power of frftndfihip.''/*— Libby
"Is not life a hundred times too
short for us to bore ourselves." —
Final Days, a
"Peace is the fairest forrny6y( hap
piness." — Channing
"In her tender tongue are the 1
of kindness." — Proverbs
"A day for toil, an hour for sport,
but for a friend, life is too short."
"Take the world as it is — not as it
ought to be." — Anon
"Those that are faithful, eager and
willing cannot but make a success
out of life." — Anon
"Virtue is the performance of pleas-
ant actions." — Stephens
Sieve, Joyce (College) Chorus 1 ; Science Fair 1, 2.
Silverstein, Anita (College) Banner Staff 4 : Dolphie
Nominee 2, 3 ; Dolphie Winner 2 : Dramatic Club
2, 3, 4 ; Historian of Dramatics 3 ; Secretary of
Dramatics 4 ; Future Teachers Club 4 ; Key Club 4 ;
National Honor Society 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4.
Slotnick, Carl (College) Banner Staff 2, 3, 4 ; Sports
Editor; Chess Club 1, 2, 3; Fashion Show 3, 4
Cross Country Team 2 ; National Honor Society 3, 4
Science Club 2, 3 ; Science Fair 1, 2 ; Winner 1
Science Fair Committee 3, 4 ; Spring Track 2, 3, 4
Winter Track 2, 3, 4.
Small, Richard (College) Banner 1, 2, 3; Editor in
Chief 4 ; Boy's State 3 ; Dramatics Club 1, 2, 3 ;
President 4 ; Chess Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; President 3.
Smith, Arthur (Business) Chorus 1, 2, 3, 4.
Smith, Marie (Business) Dolphie Nominee 1, 3 : Dol-
phie Winner 1, 3 ; Science Fair 1.
si Science) Fair) 1.
'Learning and laughing and warm-
hearted beauty." — Shapiro
"The ease of her heart her every
look conveys." — Anon
"As likable a fellow as ever we
know." — Anon
"Imagination rules tljj> world.'
73 jy^sf* * A u
'Conform and be dull." — Dobie
Spiers, Elizabeth (Business) Office Girl 1; Cheer-
leader 1 ; Usherette 3, 4 ; Drill Team 3, 4 ; Science
Spinel, Stephen (General) Science Fair 1, 2.
ro, Peter (General) Science Fair 1, 2.
Spiro, Thomas (College) Dolphie Nominee 3; Science
Spring, Charlotte (Business) Dolphie Nominee 1, 2,
3 ; Science Fair 1.
ijCCCv Sprowl, Donald (College) Science Fair 2.
Staaf, Clifton (College) Chess Club 1 : Science Fair
Committee 1, 3.
Graduation — Our
"A grace that won who saw to wish
her stay." — Milton
"No legacy is so rich as honesty.
"It is not what he has or even what
he does that expressed the worth of
man, but what he is." — Amiel
Stanton, Kevin (College)
Steele, John (Business)
"The strength of youthifeindsj . J^e
dream of success." — IvfWwri
"Take life too seriously and what
is it worth ?" — Goethe
Stocks, Ruthanne (Business) Office Girl 1, 2, 3, 4;
Cafeteria 4 ; Key Club 4 ; Cheerleading 1 ; Usherette
3, 4 ; Banner Fashion Show 1, 2, 3 ; Drill Team 4.
Stoltz, JoAnne (Business) Booster Club 1: F.F.A. 4:
Oracle Staff 4.
Strickland, Robert (College) Baseball 1; Basketball 1,
2, 3, 4 ; Class Officer — Vice President 3, 4 ; Foot-
ball 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Science Fair 1 ; Science Fair Committee
1, 2, 3; Spring Track 1, 2, 3, 4; Winter Track 1,
2, 3, 4.
Sullivan, Brian (Business) Banner Staff 2, 3; Cho-
rus 1 ; Football 1 ; Science Fair 1, 2, 3.
Sullivan, Kathleen (College) F.T.C. 2; Music Festi-
val 1, 2, 3, 4; Twirler 1, 2, 3, 4; Sub-head
Twirlers 2, 4.
"There was laughter in her eyes and
spirit in every word." — Royal
\ JO ANNE STOLTZ
n' quietness and confidence shall
be your strength." — Isaiah
Good-bye and Thank-you
"Quiet, strong, and handsome was
he." — Anon
"He is as full of valour as of
kindness ; princely in both."
"Has life greater gifts than a fine
mind and a sweet motive." — Anony-
Sullivan. Russell (College) Football 1, 2, 3, 4;
Spring: Track 1. 2. 3, 4 ■ Winter Track 1, 2, 3, 4.
Tanner, Paula (Business Band 1, 2, 3, 4; Chorus
1 ; Music Festival 1, 3.
Tyndal, Michelle (Business) Future Homemakers of
Victorine, Leslie (Business) Chorus 2 ; Dolphie Nom-
inee 2 : Dramatic Club 1, 2 ; Oracle Booster 1.
Vikre, Brenda (College) Banner 1, 2, 3, 4; Dolphie
Nominee 3: Dramatic Club 2, 3, 4 ; F.T.C. 1, 2, 3:
Kev Club 3 : N.H.S. 3, 4 ; Office Girl 3, 4 ; Oracle
Walsh, Mary Ellen (Business) Dolphie Winner 2;
F.H.A. 1, 2; Fashion Show 1; Girls Basketball 1,
2, 3; Girls Softball 1, 2: Science Fair 1.
Warner, Susan I Business) Band 1; Booster Club 1, 2,
3 ; Music Festival 1 ; Office Girl 1 : Oracle Staff 4.
'He is a man of splendid abilities'
"She left no little things behind ex-
cept loving thoughts and kindness"
"Here is a girl full of art and
grace." — Anon « \
"A light heart lives long" — Shakes-
On the Top Step,
warmth of her heart smiled
(b£/ her eyes." — McGregor
"A loving heart is the beginning of
all knowledge." — Carlyle
Ann r a _T'
"Her chain ofsrCrj4***l&b>PTias majfl
"And what he greatly thought he
nobly dared." — Pope
'Knowledge is proud that she
learned so much." — Anonymous
"The two noblest things which are
sweetness and light." — Swift
Only to Climb Anew
"Music is sai.
"Nothing astonishes men so much as
common sense and plain dealing."
Webber, Ann (Business) Booster Club 2; Bowling
Club 1, 2; Dolphie Nominee 2; Future Nurses Club
1 ; Oracle Staff 3.
Weinberg, Frederick (General) Science Fair 1, 2.
Wells, Nancy (College) Banner Staff 1, 2, 3, 4 ;
News Editor 4 ; Dolphie Nominee 1, 2, 3 ; Winner
2 ; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 3, 4 ; National Honor
Society 2, 3, 4 ; Science Fair 1, 2.
Wescott, Janice (Business) Banner Staff 2, 3; Dolphie
Nominee 1, 3 ; Dolphie Winner 1, 2 ; Key Club 4 ;
Office Girl 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Oracle Staff 4 ; Science Fair
1 ; Science Fair Committee 1, 2.
Whitcher, Anne (College) Science Fair 1, 2; Oracle
Staff 4 ; Booster 1, 2, 3 ; Band 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Bowling
3 ; Future Teachers Club 1, 2, 4 ; Library Staff 2 ;
Music Festival 1, 2 ; Office Girl 2.
White, William (Business) Audio Visual 2; Bas-
ketball 1, 2.
Winchell, Sharon (College) Banner Staff 3; Chess
Club 2 ; Dolphie Nominee 1 ; Dramatic Club 1, 2, 3,
4 ; Future Teachers Club 4 ; Future Nurses Associa-
tion 1, 2. 3.
'Silence is golden." Anonymous
the end is
"Once a gentleman, always a Ken-
Wolfe, aahdra (College) Banner 1; Dolphie Winner
Worrick, Charles |Cal&gel Band 1,13, "3/ 4; Con-
servation Chob 4 ; ^Scienci Club 3, 4YiSwience Fair
2, 3, 4 ; Science (?ommitt|ae 3, 4 ; Science Fair Win-
>ner 3 ; Ho^r Roll 1, 2, 3J/
Wusteneyy^Anne ( Business ) Dolphie /NaniJWe^l :
phje /pinner 3 ; Future Homemakers of Ameific
4 ^iQlrls Softball 2 ; Office Girl /J 4 ; Science Fair
l^nfoune, Joseph I General I
and a happy
Zampieri, Alan (College) Band 1, 2, 3, 4 ; Chorus
1 ; Music Festival 1, 2, 4 ; Oracle Staff 3, 4 : Science
Fair Committee 3.
'I am a
"Society, friendship, and love — di-
vinely bestowed upon man." —
Roz, Noreen, Linda, and Jeannie seem to need
more practice on this . . .
Louie agrees lockers just aren't big
enough!! !!! !
Since when does studying cause smiles
Ginny of the "Powder Puffs"
carries ball for Rosalie.
Mackie McLeod looks on as Bud Scha-
hill uses Tim Burns' money to speak
to Tim's girl . . .
President of the
National Honor Society
President of the
Class of '65;
Asst. Ed. of the Banner
Editor-in-Chief of the
Banner; Pres. of the
President of the Key Club;
Co. Ed. of the Oracle
President of the
Co. Editor of the Oracle;
Marque Lyttle and
Steve Downing and
Most Likely To Succeed
Jimmy Franklin and
Bill Saidel and
Richard Small and
Steve Dlott and
Tim Burns and
Mackie McLeod and
Bob Strickland and
Mary Ellen Walsh
THE JUNIOR CLASS
Looking Forward . .
One stop from the top and ready to
take over . . . next year will be your big
year . . . the class of 1966 will become
the senior class. There will be many
problems and responsibilities, but the
rewards are great. Next year's presi-
dents, editors, and captains will be
chosen mostly from the class of 66. The
prom, yearbook and newspaper will be-
come your responsibility. There will be
much work, but there will also be much
enjoyment participating with students
you have known for four years. So then
up and start working now to assure a
successful senior year.
Junior officers listen to President Bob Favreau out-
line plans for the Junior Dance.
Chico, Pat, and Mark take
a break at Pat's locker be-
xi O >>\ f^^\ cJZs ,f kow i, Li-k. : l,. Artn, rv. Anaerson.
-7\^° ' v4 ^ OW 5\ Bornstein, D. Adams, M. Blanchard
^ ^ft^ „\t< r\0 Broberg, N. Beal^N. Adams, B. Brc
X* '^(S^K t\!^ 'L Row *' L " R - : ^- Artn > K. Anderson, J. Baker, J. Berlow, S. Anderson, J. Beder, M
Row 2: L. Beren, D. Almond, F. Caselden, B.
Broderick, S. Brazas. Row 3: W. Belmonte, E. Bell,
A. Brousard, „W. Bennett, H. Anderson, C. Barkhouse, R. Bullock, M. Burke, M. Berry.
Jp- «fe »
To a Year of Education and Fun
Row 1, L-R.: M. Clary, D. Clark, K. Cammarata, A. Rowell, J. Connors, L. Chunis, K.
Campbell. Row 2, L-R.: D. Burton, J. Comerford, J. Calish, F. Caseldon, S. Connors, J.
Moreau, J. Clark. Row 3, L-R.: J. Carlson, B. Comras, J. Cavanaugh, H. Clifford, D.
Campbell, J. Cole, J. Comeau.
Row 1, L-R.: E. Zuppardi, S. Denike, E. DeDoming, wJ Crowley, S. DeCourcey, K. </ ^
Daley. Row 3, L-R.: D. De Cota, S. Derby, V. De Felice, W. Curry, J. Diauto, J. Mak '■
Delano, J. Dimmick. Row 3, L-R.: W. Coughlin, M. Dinsmore, D. Devine, R. Corey D. ^4/
Masellis, W. Strong.
A Year Filled With
Row 1, L-R.: B. Favreau, A. Larara, J. Flemming, D. Fiourentini, S. Francio, D. Dorley,
P. Ellis, J. Gracey. Row 2, L-R.: S. Goldman, D. Dolan, S. Fumerolia, M. Goldberg, L.
Fowler, C. Downs, K. Goldenburg, L. Geller. Row 3, L-R.: A. DuLong, P. Donavan,
J. Franklin, A. Fox, M. Goodhue, E. Galway, D. Eves, P. Garvey.
L-R, Row 1: J. Joughin, N. Higgins, L. Green, B. Griffin, B. Jayes, M. Gamerman,
E. Hopkins, L. Hayes, C. Hoaglen. Row 2: E. Johnson, J. Kellay, S. Gray, K. Griffin,
M. Hayward, W. Trostel, R. Haley, A. Hutchinson. Row 3: K". Kh$uer, R. Howe E.
Hurchinson, K. Hill, J. Hunter, R. Grieco, P. Guilfoyl^, W. HUhsei;
CJ< A. Lauricella, L. Stewart, M. Kelly, B. Lewis, P. Lee, P. Kritzman, D. Krauss. Row 2:
\y A. Leighton, M. urman, B. Lind, J. Kramer, V. LaFond, K. Levingson, B. Lewis.
Row 3: S. Kleiner, S. LeVangie, T. Kendall, D. Konary, A. Kaplow, K. Kiley, D. Lich-
L-R, Row 1 : C. Miller, A. McLeod, L. Michael P. maz
E. Moran, M. McNeill. Row 2: R. McKinney, D. McHuj
McNamara. K. McKiernan, J. McCormick, K. Lomba#<
Miller, W. Miller, P. Merrill, T.
IM J. MiddletowC. Monzoni,
h. J. McGrath, E. O'Dea, M.
R£w 3: J^MacAllister, M.
McDonnell, B. Lora^jM. Lijiskv, P. Lyons.
9\ (i A) 7r
The Final Year
To Or\<r. VoooCi^rlu
L-R: R. Olsen, K. Patterson, J. Pooler, M. O'Brien, B. O'Leary, M. Penney. Row 2 :l s. p ,-. . <p ■ \ „
J. Pearlman, C. Penny, P. Powers, L. Murphy, T. O'Donnell, C. Oilshver, L. Moran. v -' ^ x ^A ^(LjJOntXJ
Row 3: C. Perry, B. Munch, J. O'Keefe, M. Powers, R. Nazzaro, R. Morton. r\ r^ ^ « ,
CLASS OF j
L-R, Row 1: J. Spring, M. Saltman, C. Sandler, K. Schaner, S. Rodd, K. Stanton, V.
Severi, A. Rodgers. Row 2: S. Rodman, G. Schoolcraft, K. Raymond, B. Sidman, M.
Stefane, H. Rudnick, P. Prenovitz, E. Ryan, L. Raymond, J. Robbins. Row 3: G. Slack
J. Zynlinski, L. Rothstein, W. Staples, V. Saccone, M. Raskind, A. Roselli, J. Quill.
In The Steps Toward Graduation
L-R, Row 1: T. Tempesta, M. Ryan, C. Volovick, A. Preston, K. Wusteney, J. Turney,
L. Warner, S. Young, B. Stewart, L. White. Row 2: K. Winston, E. White, B. Spell-
berg, M. J. Vennik, R Wells T Stevens, B. Toffoloni, M. Tyszkiewicz, R. White, G.
Wood, K. Tuv, V. Wigley. Row 3: F. Wescott, S. Widrow, A. Young, J. Yundt, A. Zack,
J. Wessen, C. Wepgler, S. Mordas, D. Watmough, R. Verzone.
Miss Guerin and Miss Deane try to increase the student-teacher ratio in
Pat, Paul, and Marian quickly review an
assignment before class.
Janet, Art, and Artie seemed to have passed
the Chemistry mid-year. Their smiles prove
Three Home Ec. students enjoy the more practical and tasty side of home-
Returning from the state convention, Nancy and Jane nap
on the bus.
THE SOPHOMORE CLA SS
Two Notches From the Top . . .
SOPHOMORE CLASS OFFICER
P. Konary, V. Pres., J. Mullaney, Sec, M. Turner, Treas.,
G. Willis, Pres. confer about the year's plans.
You have completed your second year
of high school. Now you must make your
decisions on what subjects to take.
Chemistry, United States History and
American Literature will prove difficult,
but worthwhile. You must also begin
to consider your future work and how
to prepare for it. Whether you choose
to go into the business world or on to
college, the education you receive will be
of great value. Yet, high school is much
more than just academic preparations.
Clubs, athletic teams, and student publi-
cations offer an interesting vacation,
from studies. So cheer up! In two years
you will be seniors, and your problems
will just begin.
Row 1 1-r M. Aronivitz, L.
Beaucaire, J. Berlow, L. Bis-
hop, K. Broderick, M. Bren-
nan, S. Bredbury, P. Brews-
ter, C. Abend, A. Brewester,
Row 2 1-r J. Blaine, F. Baird,
E. Beam, J. Benson,
K. Broderick, W. Almond, T.
Arey, S. Apromallo, F.
Adams, Row 3 1-r J. Battile,
B. Betterman, B. Baxter, M.
Abramson, D. Bailey, W.
Bernard, L. Barboza, S. Al-
len, N. Bell, M. Bessette
Row 1 L-R: R. Burke, R. Cunha, S. Dailey, N. Daru, K. Cavar
Crowley, K. Butts, B. Broussard, A. Castaline; Row 2 L-R: T.l
D. Chatfield, A. Burns, J. Caines, R. Cross, J. Cairns, J.
Connolly: Row 3 L-R: P. Clang, R. Casano, R. Coburn^JJi/ Ds
Colson, H. Butler, J. Cunningham, W. Connors, Py-Cunningham./
Planning for the Future
Row 1 1-r D. Donahue, B. Deane, M. Denver, K. Fahey, K. Donavan, L. Charles,
L. DiNatale, T. Fahey, Row 2 1-r T. Bradey, R. DiCarlo, L. Diauto, R. Dolan,
D. Dolan, R. Fernald, E. Dooley, D. Dugan, Row 3 1-r F. DeLong, R. DeBoer, K.
Ennis, G. DuFrane, F. Ellis, M. Brenner, G. DuPont, B. Dixon
Row 1 L. to R. K. George, K. Roche, J. Speier, P. Gilliam, P. Golding, G. Germano,
S. Fillebrown, P. Flaherty, J. Kespert, Row 2 L to R. J. Goodfader, P. Fineberg, G.
Gore, R. Gore, J. Johnson, R. Fraser, J. Fraser, J. Gedutis, E. Fisher, M. ale, A. Gold-
man, J. Fox, R. Franklin, R. Foley, T. Flaherty
Ever Looking Upward
Row 1 1-r E. Hetherington, B. Heger, S. Heger, C. Jerome, J. Harrington, N. Hennes-
sey. Row 2 1-r J. Hanlon, J. Hackett, K. Harris, G. Haywood, D. Hurley, S. Hanrehan,
Row 3 1-r R. Hederick, L. Hanson, R. Grosky, T. Grifftin, M. Halperin, E. Morse
Row 1 L-R: S. Lee, W. Larsen, D. Lescovitz, A. Lesogor, P. Kreckler, J. Lynch, J.
Lang, R. Lampert, K. Kunz, S. Kalitsis, Row 2 L-R: D. Lurie, M. Lit, D. Landau, J.
i 'Leary, M. Katler, N. Lane, G. Loonier, R. Kibbee, C. Kelleher, H. Kelly, R. Lane, R.
A /Johnson, Row 3 L-R: M. Johnson, P. Konary, B. Keeler, H. Lapides, P. London, J.
A/ LeVangie, G. Johnson, J. Lucy, J. Lindback, E. Lappen, R. Leite.
Ready for Responsibility
Row 1 L-R: P. Markham, M. McSolla, Y. McFarland, J. Mullaney, D. Monte, P. Mat-
ticello, S. Meade, F. Malfa, E. McElroy, Row 2 L-R: F. McGowen, M. Moore, M. Mor-
ton, R. McMenimon, B. McGrath, D. Mallett, W. Mercure, K. Michaelson, Row 3 L-R:
J. Mortiforti, J. McGrath, T. Mullaney, D. McLaughlin, D. McFee, T. Meaney, E. Mc-
Grath, M. Maitino, R. Milligan.
Row 1 L-R Silvia Poresky, Donna Pratt, Lymen Powers, Bradford Parker, Pat O'-
Brien, Carla Nelson, Karen Pinto, Barbara Reed, Donna Richardi, Row 2 L-R: Linda
Nesolsky, Richard Page, Harold Powers, Margaret Richards, Kevin O'Neil, Nancy
Powers, Richard Rigngold, Donald Penny, Sandra Natham, Row 3 L-R: Ellen Olson,
Maureen Powers, John Olson, William Patterson, Mary Noonan, Mark Perlstien, Mau-
reen O'Connell, Gene Queenan, Patricia Reid.
New Challenges to Meet .
Row 1 L-R: Cathleen Rothwell, Linda Shultz, Anne Shaw, Elaine Smolinski, Susie Sil-
veria, Alice Salamone, Donna Smith, Sandra Saia, Louise Serriello, Arlene Saltzburg,
Row 2 L-R: Nancy Smart, Charlene Robbins, Susan Rosen, Robert Rothwell, Barbara
Rosen, Miachel Small, William Schieb, Carol Ross, Marie Ryan, Row 3 L-R: Stanley
Schoolcraft, Linda Schoepplein, Joseph Saia, James Spearin, Ronnie Simmons, Richard
Roderick, Stephanie Rosen, Christine Schepis, Virginia Smith, Kathleen Sinclair.
Row 1 L-R: Donna Sullivan, Claire Tantillo, Arlene Stepner, Theresa Tempesta, Gale
Sullivan, Neil Stroul, Row 2 L-R: Vincent Tempesta, William Stone, David Stocks,
Donald Swartz, Joseph Toomey, Karen Staff, Row 3 L-R: Elliot Stevens, Slan Tepe-
row, Gerald Spellman, William Stewart, Joseph Tierney.
More Problems to Solve
Row 1 L-R: Pamela Constantino, Debbie, Wells, Richard Wong, Suzanne Weiner, Paul
Weinberg, Christie Wood, Row 2 L-R James Walker, Linda Zaccardi, Lorraine Wigley,
Meredith Turner, Kathleen Tuminelli, Ellen Wainrober, Stephen Warner, Row 3 L-R:
Gregory Willis, David White, Samuel Wentzell, Charles Wood, Charles Walsh, John
Mr. K. O'Brien instructs the Sopho-
mores in the mysteries of biology . . .
Dave is oblivious to Ellen, Linda, Mike
and Paul . . .
Where is that zipper-foot? ? ? ? I need
Routine, Routine . . .
D. and L. on
Pete, Kevin and Kriss are enthralled
with the creature !!!!!!
Jerry and Kriss enter for the sec-
ond attraction . . .
. . . Oh, Wait for Senior Privileges
Donald, Kevin and Ed are convinced it
Ricky and Stewie work on an engine block under the superveilance of Mr.
Mr. George Simons
Instructor and manager of
To produce a well trained mechanic is the goal of the
Randolph High Vocational School. After passing an en-
trance examination, the boys begin a course in automotive
repair and related classroom subjects.
During the past six years, boys from this course have
entered the Troubleshooters contest sponsored by the Chrys
ler Corporation, Plymouth Division. The boys have always
had a fine finish comparable to our size school.
After completing this four year course, the graduates of
R.H.S. Vocational School are well trained journeymen in
A few underclassmen service a car on the lift
Mr. Edward Terrenzi
Auto Related Subjects and
Shop Seniors: Row 1: Ricky Reynar, Larry Mc-
Cormick, Frank Gibbs. Row 2: Stewie Rent, Ger-
Mr. Simmons demonstrates shop technique to Ger-
ry Mahoney and Gerry Conrad on Mr. Gilgan's
Producing Well Trained Mechanics
Row 1, L-R. : Gerald Kanach, Fredrick Rodgers, Brian
Numan, Mr. Terrenzi, Mr. Simons, Dennis McPart-
land, John Skidmore, Jimmy DeParlo. Row 2: Ricky
Reynar, Frank Gibbs, Jimmy Higgins, John Ramoska,
Stewie Rent, Larry McCormick, Amby Tanasso, Rick
Trischitta. Row 3: Frank Johnson, Kenneth Nelson,
Gerry Conrad, Al Faunce, Jimmy Crane, Gerry Ma-
honey, George Hoeg, Fred Levangie, Ozzy Wiskers.
Education at Randolph
often goes on
after the final bell.
belong to at least
but many are members
of several clubs
on the social benefits,
but their participation
a valuable service
for the more precious gif
of an education
The Key Club,
the Dramatics Club
all make positive contributions
to the school
the talents v^
in the individual
are yet another
step to an education
s well as intellectually .
Today, Tomorrow's Leaders .
Mr. Santry confers with Noreen, Barbara
Row 1 L to R: N. Hennessey, L. Brusinski, Mr. Santry,
adviser; T. Burns, V. Griffin. Row 2 L to R: N. Hennessey,
C. Tantillo, K. Kiley, R. Franklin, R. Verzone, B. Toffaloni,
S. Sayer, L. Green.
The voice of student government at
Randolph High School is the Student
Council. As spokesmen and leaders, they
provide an instrument of mutual under-
standing between the student body and
the adminstration. The best indication
of success is their achievement. Con-
tinued good relations within the school
are an important accomplishment for
which the Student Council can take no
Practicing Student Government
Mr. Gilgan is delighted with our gift.
and Sandy about future events.
The Foster Parent Plan by which we
support a little girl in Italy, Rosalia Zito,
has been maintained under Student
Council leadership for three years. To
our knowledge, Randolph was the first
school in the State to aid a foster child
with funds provided by the student body.
Under the guidance of Mr. James Santry
the Student Council has continued the
many regular activities of the school
years — Teacher Appreciation Day, The
Christmas Decoration Contest, Student
Teacher Day, and class elections.
First row L-R: N. Hennessey, L. Brusinski, L. Green,
N. Beal, L. Michaels, L. Fowler. Second row: S. Dlott,
G. Willis, E. Lord, A. Gallagher, L. Deane, R. Faveau.
Third row: W. Saidel, J. Franklin, R. DiSimone, R.
Strickland, R. Govan.
Row 1 L-R: J. Franklin, Advisor — Mr. Papa, Louis
Dean, 2nd Row: Steve Dlott, William Saidel.
Under the direction of the new advisor,
Mr. Papa, the National Honor Society con-
tinues to give recognition to the top student
for Scholarship, Leadership, and Service. In
addition to the four officers led by the Presi-
dent, Louis Deane, there is an elected execu-
tive board of three members to help officers
and a faculty advisory committee of four to
help the director in choosing applications for
admission into the Society. All work together
in making the Joseph Daly Chapter of the
National Honor Society a truly admirable or-
ganization of Randolph High School.
NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY
r ow i_j. Franklin V.P.; L Deane P.; S. Dlott T.; M.
Borstein. Row 2 — A. Porestdky, J. Pink, M. Drury,
A. Silverstein, B. Vikre, B. Jayes, E. White, M Kelly,
Row 3 — W. East, J. Jones, C. Slotnick, S. Downing,
F. Levenson, P. Ruddick, M. Flunagan.
Mr. Waxman, Miss Overtuck,
Mr. Papa, Miss Benett, Mr.
Rizzo, Mr. Bourgeois.
This year the Honor Society has sponsored
a Book Store where students may purchase ex-
cellent paperbacks at discount prices. Proceeds
from the store, which is located in the Library,
go toward a scholarship for an Honor Society
Steve, Art, John, Stu, and Bob give new books the "once
Opening day at the book store
Jack's interests run from books to the two
THE 1965 ORACLE
The Oracle is the final result of months of confusion and co-
operation, of frantic hurry and friendly collaboration, and
of persistent worry and personal sacrifice. The details of the
yearbook — the layout, the innumerable bits of copy, the typing,
and the pictures — present a formidable task, accomplished by
the efforts of the entire staff. But the Oracle is not only a
publication of our collective memories, but it is a living organi-
zation, composed of a widely varied staff, directed by advisers
whose ability is both essential and everpresent.
Jim and Art make a few
changes in the layout.
Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney
Jim, Art, and Ginny check with Mr. Papa and Mrs. Tierney to see what
still has to go to the publisher.
Mr. John Papa
The combined staff agree with Mr.
Papa — at least on this one point.
Front — T. Pooler, W. McMenimon, A. Gallagher, L.
Brusinski, J. Franklin, A. Silverstein, K. Sheer. Sec-
ond row — A. Green, J. O'Brien, M. Salins, H. Hesed,
L. Moore, A. Bowler, E. O'Brien, A. Higgins, N.
Hennessey, M. Dale. Back row — R. Cutler, L. Siegal,
J. Noblin, L. Deane.
Competent Staff Meets Challenge of
Several members of the staff compare the
'65 layout with old copies of the Oracle.
1 1 1
Mrs. Tierney and a few members of the staff chat
with the senior class photographer.
B. Heney types last minute copy as Eileen
and Sue check his work.
Pledges — A ds — Receipts
More — more — more — money. The familiar
ring that echoes in the ears of each member
of the Oracle Business Staff. Under the able
guidance of Mrs. Elizabeth Tierney, our Busi-
ness Adviser, the members are constantly
remembering their motto, "I'd walk a mile
for the Oracle."
Oracle Business Staff, Row 1, 1. to r. : C. Cerrullo, J.
Wescott, E. McGrory, G. Griffen, D. McPartland, S.
Warner, T. Burns. Row 2, 1. to r.: B. Fearer, M.
Elliott, C. Shulman, M. Baltimore, N. Sandler, J.
Noblin, B. Manderville, J. Betti, J. Betti, A. Bowler,
L. Gallagher, L. Jeffrey. Row 3, 1. to r.: C. Quill, M.
Shiavone, A. Whitcher, T. Pooler, M. Prokup, L.
Siegal, M. Mac Namara, K. Graham.
Junior Boosters, Bottom Row:
J. Fleming, N. Beal, B. Grif-
fin, S. Dinikye, M. McNamara,
M. Miller, S. Arth, S. Derby,
L. Green, D. Krause. Second
Row: A. McLeod, K. Campbell,
K. Roche, M. Cleary, S. De-
coursey, M. Kurman, J. Mid-
dleton, B. O'Leary, P. Drum-
mey, N. Elliot, R. Olsen, Top
Row: K. Crowley, B. Linfield,
J. Comerford, P. Powers, M.
Raskins, L. Fowler, C. Downs,
K. Anderson, L. Chunis, J.
Our charming and efficient Busi-
ness Manager, Ginny Griffen.
1965 Oracle Editors
Co-Editors James Franklin, Arthur Gallagher
Layout Editor William McMenimon
Business Manager Virginia Griffen
Circulation Managers . . . Eileen O'Brien, Tim Burns,
Dannette McPartland, Stewart Rent
Picture Editor Linda Brusinski
Literary Editors Louis Dean, Ann Bowler, Harriet Hesed
Sports Editors Steve Dlott, John Noblin
Senior Editors Andrea Green, Noreen Hennessey,
Annette Higgins, Jean O'Brien
Faculty Editor Janice Wescott
Executive Secretaries Eileen McGrory, Susan Warner
Photography Editors Kenneth Sherr, Leonard Segal
Staff: Particia Power, Joseph Toomey
Home Room Secretaries Marie Shiavone, Michael Prokup
Art Editors Anita Silverstein, Thomas Pooler
Underclass Editor Donna Arnao
Dannette, our "Miss Jack of all
BLUE AND WHITE BANNER
For the last decade at R.H.S., the Blue and
White Banner through dedicated advisers
and the devotion of countless staff members
has been Randolph's four-page forum of high
school journalism. It has grown as the school
has grown in scope and in involvement.
The year 1964-65 has marked a turning
point in this growth. The editors pledged to
themselves and to the school a new dimen-
sion in coverage. The hard work of a business
staff and the skilled management of Mr.
James Santry made possible, for the first
time, larger and better issues. The imagina-
tion of a literary staff and the wisdom of the
adviser, Mrs. Jean Noblin, made the possi-
bility a reality.
Adviser, Mrs. Noblin checks final edition . . .
1st row L-R: N. Wells, W. Saidel, S. Goodman, R. Small,
P. Ruddick, S. Dlott, K. Slotnick. 2nd row L-R: W. East, M. Ren-
na, T. LeBlanc, L. Deaney, P. Powers, P. Drury, J. Pink.
All smiles — Peter, Arlene, Joan, and Michelle re-
port only one copy left.
Busy Life of Randolph High
Mr. James Santry
Top Row L to R: P. Ruddick, M. Goldberg, M. Powers,
J. Concannon, A. Zack, R. Small, S. Goodman, J. Lucy,
J. Franklin, R. Rosenberg, N. Bell, D. Lichtenstein.
2nd Row L to R: W. Saidel, M. Borstein, S. Dlott,
L. Deane, K. Slotnick, S. Rodman, K. Donovan,
P. Drury, B. Vickri, C. Skepis, P. Powers, D. Landau,
M. Renna. C. Oilshiver. 3rd Row L to R: C. Roache,
T. Leblanc, N. Wells, W. East, R. Blotner, R. Yenof-
ski, S. Weiner, B. Broussard, S. Lee, B. Deane, B.
Jays, M. Goldman, A. Silverstein. Bottom Row L
to R: S. Winchell, S. Poretsky, A. Lourecella, J. Pink,
M. Saltzman, I. Austin, P. Kritzman, J. Beriau,
T. Brady, L. A. Diauto, M. Baron, V. Smith.
Mr. James Santry
Today, the Key Club is a growing organization
whose duties touch on many areas: keeping order
in the auditorium before school, helping to keep the
lunch program running smooth, helping the Guid-
ance Department during Sophomore testing and
underclassman scheduling and also trying to arouse
As the years go by the Key Club will change in
its duties and its members, but it will always remain
an organization devoted to school spirit and school
President Gallagher (c) discusses future plans
with officers (1-r) Steve Dlott, Roslyn Melia
Maureen Flanagan, Richard King.
1st row L-R: M. Dale, N. Hennessey, B. Sarni, E.
Mahoney, J. Bernard, S. Barnes, A. Gallagher,
S. Dlom, W. East, M. Salins, H. Hesed, A. Bowler,
R. Blotner, I. Austin, L. Moore, A. Poretsky. 2nd row
L-R: R. Melia, M. Elliot, B. Griffin, A. Port, K. Dor-
loff, M. Baltimore, A. Silverstein, B. Fearer, C. Oil-
shaver, C. Shulman, A. Riecihio, J. Wescom, L. Gall-
agher, A. Green, J. Hutchinson. 3rd row L-R: M.
Renna, L. Brusinski, M. Lyons, C. Slotnick, R. Lawn,
W. Lane, M. McDonald, L. Deane, C. Buchavales,
D. Gallagher, A. Maxwell, J. Jones, T. LeBlanc. 4th
row L-R: A. Cerrato, C. Carullo, W. McMenimon,
J. Mahoney, J. Burns, J. Noblin, F. Levenson,
P. Hemeningway, D. Campbell, M. Prokup, S. Lebo-
witz, W. Sandel, J. Levitts.
THE DOLPH A WARDS
You've waited, you've worked, you've dreamed, but you
thought it could never happen to you . . . the greatest
moment of individual recognition and pride each year — the
Dolph Awards. Given in all subjects in all high school grades,
the Dolph assembly is a highlight of the year. The original
design of the statuette was made by Mr. Samuel Polio, who
was the recipient of the "Honorary Dolph" last year.
Mr. Rizzo congratulates Bill
Lane for his award of Ex-
cellence in Business Eng-
Mr. Saba, chairman of the
program, congratulates Sal
DiPerri, Anne Marie Leigh-
ton, and Mr. Polio on re-
ceiving their Dolph Awards.
U IWl MA 1 1 C <3
Row 1 1-r B. Rosen, M. Baron, J. Pink, S. Winchell, B. Deane, J. Burlow, B. Sorg-
man, S. Levange, A. Silverstein, A. Gallagher, Mr. Vellante, J. Franklin, M. Drury,
R. Lampert, J. Godfader, J. Mullaney, K. George, J. Bernard, W. East. Row 2
1-r I. Serisky, A. Lorasella, W. Larsen, M. J. McCann, T. Brady, J. Ellis, S. Barnes,
S. Rodman, A. White, J. Kramer, S. Rodd, L. A. Diauto, M. Brennan, R. Dicarlo,
L. Dietelli, L. Sacardi, N. Daru, L. Pillar. Row 3 1-r S. Jayes, C. Donovan, M. Kur-
man, B. Schwarz, T. Lablanc, C. Schepis, B. Linfield, J. Cunningham, S. Rosen,
J. Gedutis, P. Powers, K. Goldenburg, M. Richards, A. Port, M. Baltimore,
D. Landau, M. Turner. Row 4 1-r L. Fowler, N. Bell, R. Laun, L. Dean, R. Rosen-
burg, P. Ruddick, R. King, M. Prokup, D. Cambell, S. Leibouitz, S. Cadoff, M.
Reskin, J. Calish, J. O'Keefe, C. Oborski, N. Sandler.
Randolph's Own Bit of Broadway
Randolph High looks forward with expectation to
the yearly offering of the Dramatics Club. Reborn
four years ago with Mr. Anthony Vellante as ad-
viser, the club has grown and matured with the
many seniors who began their careers as freshmen
in the club's first production, "The Night Is My
Enemy." Each succeeding year has meant new and
progressively more challenging dramatic fare, with
this years play, "The Man Who Came To Dinner,"
promising to be the best yet. A growing member-
ship has seen the advent of the best actor and
actress awards, as well as highly successful Hallo-
ween mixer to make the club an artistic and social
Mr. Anthony Vellante
Mr. Vellante watches rehearsal of an
early scene of "The Man Who Came
9 H ]K*>jN*? '
The Future Teachers Club at Randolph
High School is one of the largest and most
active clubs in the school. Through panel dis-
cussions and interesting talks by students
training to be teachers, the club members
learn about the many challenging and re-
warding aspects of teaching as a career. Visits
to colleges specializing in teacher prepara-
tion and to schools of special interest, broad-
ens and directs the members interests in teach-
ing as a career. On the social side, a current
play and a dance, and annual banquet and an
outing in June are included on the club's
With all details checked, President Steve Dlott and
adviser, Miss Foley, prepare to leave on trip.
Special Training for Tomorrow's Faculty
1st row: L-R: J. Mednick, M. Kelly, M. McSolla, M.
Drury, M. Conrad, E. White, S. Dlott, S. Levangie, W.
East, B. Sarni, J. Pink, J. Burlow, D. Clark. 2nd row:
L-R: Miss Foley, M. Dale, S. Weiner, S. Barnes, S.
Rodman, J. Kramer, A. Silverstein, M. Baltimore, N.
Welcs, N. Sandler, A. Port, S. Mangoni, J. Jorgan, C.
Shulman, M. Salins, H. Hesed. 3rd row: L-R: A. John-
son, N. Wells, G. Abramson, S. Wolfe, J. Jones, M.
Miller, R. Blotner, R. King, D. Cambell, L. Putnam,
M. Bornstein, R. Morton, J. Carlson, N. Bell, M. Tur-
ner, C. Schepis, B. Fearer, T. Leblanc.
FUTURE NURSES CLUB
Mrs. Signe Heath R. N.
One of the most practical and useful of the wide variety
of clubs available to students of Randolph High School is
the Future Nurses Club.
It is unusual in offering vocational training in one of
the most vital of professions, nursing. It serves as an intro-
duction to nursing and allows one to decide whether or
not this is her calling.
Instruction in the art of nursing is offered regularly by
Mrs. Signe Heath, our Registered Nurse.
Joanne Spring, Historian; Ruth Petitpas,
Treasurer; Maryjo Vennick, Vice-president;
Linda Fowler, President.
M. Vennic, K. Winston, J. Spring, L. Fowler, Mrs. Heath. 2nd row: N. Hennessey,
J. Betti, M. Renna, R. Petitpas.
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Homeward bound, after all day at State Meet-
ing, Nancy stays awake long enough to set her
The goal of the Future Homemakers of
America is to help individuals improve personal,
family, and community living. The Randolph
Chapter has been working toward this goal
through the various projects and activities of
President, Linda Floyd attended the national
convention, held in Chicago, Illinois and served
as our link to the national program.
The officers provided an active, stimulating,
and diversified year for our F.H.A. members.
Officers E. Cooke, E. Hutchinson, B. Dixon,
D. Hayes, S. Hoeg wait for adviser.
Row 1, left to right: Amy Lauricella, A. Rodgers,
E. Hutchenson, Reporter; L. Floyd, President; Mrs.
Stribley, Miss Reen, S. Hoeg, Treasurer; E. Cooke,
Vice-President; N. Berenson, J. Ferrara. Row 2, left
to right: D. Pratt, H. Bergeron, S. Saia, R. DeCarlo,
J. Ellis, J. Connors, B. Cokely, D. Dorley, K. Fahey,
A. Salamoe, A. Stepner, D. Richardi, A. Higgins.
Row 3, Left to right: J. Tolson, D. Chatfield,
K. Schaner, B. Linfield, K. O'Neil, B. Crowell, A.
Wusteny, K. Tuv, L. Fenton, S. Francis, P. Drum-
First Row, 1-r Bernette Sorgman, Marshal Katler,
Mr. O'Brien, Paul Yenofski, John Kespert. Second
Row, 1-r Douglas Lurie, Dennis Lescouitz, Robert
Cunha, Joseph Rosenburg, Barbara Rosen, Kevin
O'Neil, Robert McMenimon. Third Row 1-r David
White, Stanley Gordon, Edward Lappen, Brian Keeler,
BIOLOGY and CHESS CLUBS
This year saw the formation of a new club
out of the enthusiasm of a teacher and many
of his students. The Biology Club is another
addition to the many after school activities
that allow people of like interests to pursue
their mutual curiosities and goals. Under the
leadership of Mr. Kevin O'Brien, the club has
enjoyed not only the regular meetings, but
also, a field trip to the Museum of Science.
Under the supervision of Mr. Rizzo, the
members of the Chess Club are taught the
strategies and tactics of this thought pro-
voking game. Many an enjoyable hour is spent
by the members challenging and practicing
with one another. The greatest reward comes
when the master is mastered.
Standing: Robert DeSisto. Sitting: Kenneth Sheer, Glenn Ambra, Steve Goodman,
Brian Kieler, Daniel Dunahue, Stanley Schoolcraft, Ronald Rosenburg.
For the student interested in marine
life, the Oceanography Club offers an
interesting and educational program con-
sisting of field trips, lectures, and indi-
Mr. Joseph Bourgeois, Adviser,
Teacher, and Friend.
President Val Pochay con-
ducts a meeting of the club
as Mr. Bourgeois looks on.
Bottom Row, Left to Right: W. Lane, Treas., V. Pochay, Pres.,
Mr. Bourgeois, L. Moore, Vice-Pres., L. Segal, Sec. Top Row,
Left to Right: J. Rosenburg, D. Donahue, M. Katler, R. Laun,
D. Lescovitz, R. Cunha.
Through long hours of practice on
the football field, in the confines of
the band room, or in the auditorium
the band strives for excellence that
makes every performance an enter-
taining experience the year round.
Whether in the half-time program of
a football game or the musical splen-
dor of the Christmas Assembly, the
accomplishments of the band are out-
The marching units of the band spread out on a sun-covered
field as we await another entertaining half-time show.
Left to Right: Row 1 — Mr. Rapoza, D. Doherty, A.
Zampieri, S. Berg, R. Grosky, F. Malfa, W. Deboe,
Mr. Lacey. Row 2 — M. Noblin, J. Condlin, D. Arnao,
A. Brewster, S. Brazas. Row 3 — E. Metzler, J. Con-
nolly, C. Quill, L. Willis, E. Symkus, J. Quill. Row 4—
E. Gardner, E. Baker, R. Berry, E. Bell, E. Galway.
Row 5— A. Whitcher, M. Pearlstein, J. Diauto, D.
Diauto R. Wentzell, R. Getchel. Row 6— A. Baker,
E. Johnson, P. Garvey, R. Berenson, B. Parker, S.
Downing. Row 7 — J. Lew, A. Bowler, L. DiNatale,
D. Berenson, J. Davin, R. Casano. Row 8 — L. Colson,
L. Powers, B. Comras, P. Prenovitz, G. Galway, C.
1st Row, I. to R. : M. Perlstein, S. Brozas, P. Prenovitz, B. Comas. 2nd Row: M.
McGrath, A. Baker, B. Parker, N. Marzinzik at piano.
Dance Bands Rate Second to None
Worrick. Row 9 — J. Dimmick, J. Carlson, H. Jones,
L. Fumarola, D. Sullivan, M. McNamara. Row 10 —
R. Olson, J. Foley, P. Smythe, D. Clark, M. Linfield,
L. Huntington. Row 11 — L. Diauto, E. Linfield, S.
Maloof, P. Tanner.
R.H.& DANCE BAND
A select group of musicians picked from the
R.H.S. band compose the musical delight that
is known as the dance band. The few perform-
ance each year are a tasteful addition to the
musical atmosphere of any dance or concert.
Both long practice and substantial individual
talent single out the dance band as a musical
asset to our school.
Our lovely singer Marcia renders
a song for us.
Melodious Voices . .
Mr. Raposa conducts the chor
us in one of their many re-
Mr. Leonard Raposa
Music Director « \y
Under the able direction of Mr. Rhaposa the chorus con-
tinues to be a vital part of the entertainment program of
R.H.S. Participating in S.E.M.S.B.A., district and all state
festivals, members of the Randolph High Chorus proudly
carry the name of our school throughout the state. In addition
the chorus performs for the student body during Christmas
and Spring Assemblies. This year the chorus hopes to follow
up their initial success of "Bye Bye Birdie" with still another
Broadway Hit: "L'il Abner". With the fine record of achieve-
ment thus provided, Randolph High can look forward to con-
tinued enjoyment from one of our schools hardest working
L. to R., Row 1: M. O'Connor, K.
Tuv, J. Kramer, M. Richards, M.
LeBlanc, M. Noonan, E. Linfield,
J. Cunningham, M. Turner, A.
Burns, S. Poretsky, J. Ferraro, Mr.
Lacey. Row 2: L. Powers, B. Mc-
Neil, S. Carson, D. Dolan, L. Di-
auto, D. Clark, B. Lewis, K. Butts,
L. De Natale, M. Denver, N.
Adams, E. DeBoer, D. Lichenstein.
Row 3: D. Stocks, B. Parker, K.
Green, J. Boomhowes, J. Ellis, B.
Casper, L. Pinto, E. O'Brien, K.
Pinto, C. Schepis, N. Tyszkiewicz,
R. Higgins, J. Dimmick. Row 4: F.
Malfa, W. DeBoer, A. Smith, G.
Johnson, M. McGrath, C. Bark-
hous, R. Nelson, S. Wentzell, B.
Comras, R. Grosky, M. Pearlstein,
P. Prenovitz, G. Galway.
A few members gather together
for informal song fest before prac-
Heads: L.\Michels and N. Beal. Row 1 L-R: C. Crowley,
ing: L. Slj&pline, M. J. i^enick, L. Murphy, J. Fleming, Kl
i, K. Patterson. Stand-
2- 0=$ ; \ ^^
Heads: Nancy Beal
Head: Linda Green. Lieutenants:
Betty Spiers and Dannette McPart-
Every football game has its counterpart which is
always a winning combination regardless of the
strength of the competition or of the imbalance of
The precision steps and graceful movements of
our applause winning drill team never fail to lend
excitement and pleasure to every fortunate spec-
The music begins . . . and the twirlers step into
action with precision and grace. The twirlers give
the spectators much delight during the half at foot-
ball games. All this is not done without a great
deal of practice. Training new girls to take their
place keeps the twirlers busy through the year
as well as learning new routines for the annual com-
petition for twirlers.
1st row L-R: M. Blanchard, A. McCleod, Y. McPhar-
land, N. Higgins, M. Penny, J. Naddleman. 2nd row
L-R: D. Krauss, R. Butts, S. Heager, S. Denike, D.
Smith, E. McGrory. 3rd row L-R: L. Warner, J. Pooler,
N. Smart, P. Lee, P. Lewis, K. Rothwell. 4th row L-R:
S. Francis, R. Stocks, B. Swartz, D. Monti, D. Almond,
D. Hamilton. 5th row L-R: B. Toff alone, C. Downs.
The athletic program
provides a giant step
may be recognized
from the stands
as well as
at close range
on the field.
may the desire
or the will
to play the game
according to established rules
The true athlete
his all out effort
even in the face
In his endurance
to the value
of physical fitness
that he must discipli
and take care
of his body
if he is to serve
on the field,
on the court,
or on the track.
Challenge of Competition
Daylight ahead for Paul Brooks.
Ed Lord "twisting" for Konary's block in
Co-captains Di Simone, Strickland, and Lord — Stars
Ed Lord scampers 75 yards to score
1964 BLUE DEVILS
6 Middleboro 9
28 Bridgewater 26
Whitman-Hanson ... 14
16 Silver Lake
6 Scituate 6
0. A 6
Bob Strickland boots a long one as the team goes
through a kicking drill.
Mr. Saba and Mr. Kondracki, our varsity coaches, con-
fer during practice.
The 1964 Randolph High Football Team
gave many crowds pleasing performances
this past fall. Led by Co-Capt. Ed Lord and
his running mate, Paul Brooks, the Blue
Devils showed fine flashes of offensive pow-
er and coupled with their rock-ribbed defense
(3rd best in the league) played a fine brand
of football. They saved their crowning
achievements for Thanksgiving Morning
aganst powerful 0. A. In one of the finest
high school games played that day, the
Devils, decided underdogs, lost 6-0 but cover-
Row 1 L-R: N. Bobeau, A. Kawalder, J. Damon, R.
Sullivan, R. Callahan, R. Strickland,, E. Lord, R. Di-
Simone, W. Saidel, W. Fistori, C. Bucuvalas, P.
Brooks, B. Needham, Row 2 L-R: T. Roselli, J. Kel-
ley, J. Yunt, M. Hayward, C. Wengler, D. Konary,
J. Spellman, P. Broderick, B. Verzone, L. DiSimone,
ed themselves with glory forever.
* &ili hSsrwfm &J Arrester
R. Foley, B. Spearin, F. Baird, G. Willis, Row 3 L-R:
K. Lombardi, J. Maloney, R. Ozbornes, E. Dooley,
D. McFee, J. Fraser, B. Stone, S. Allen, B. Bernard,
P. Konary, R. Corey, F. Baker, R. Franklin, D.
Oliver Ames .... 82
King Phillip 64
Oliver Ames .... 77
The team breaks from the huddle during a time
out as the game stays close.
The basketball team fared well this season in
an unusually strong Hockomock League. Al-
though the team did not finish in the top half of
the league standings, the varsity consistently dis-
played the determination and pride which is an
asset to any athletic team. Seniors Bob Govan
and John Noblin were among the leading Hocko-
mock League scorers, both averaging 18 points
per game. In addition the remaining senior start-
ers Paul Brooks, Bob Strickland and Bill Mc-
Menimon plus versatile reserve center Steve
Downing, all contributed heavily to the team's
Mr. Winston Fairfield
Tim Burns takes a "jumper" for two in the closing
seconds of the game.
6 / t
VARSITY Left to Right: R. Govan. J. Noblin, K. Kiley, B. McMenimon, A. Zack, D. Konary,
T. Burns, P. Murphy, S. Downing.
Team Spirit Highlights Season
Bobby Govan shoots over the
outstretched arms of a Sharon
player to score another of his
Peter Murphy wheels
toward the baskets as
Bob Govan's outside
shot hangs high in the
goes high on his jump
shot as friend and foe
No matter where the game or what the
weather, the cheerleaders are always on hand
cheering Randolph on. Whether in victory
or defeat, our cheerleaders spark spirit
throughout the student body. Many hours
of hard practice go into perfecting their pre-
cision cheers. We salute the cheerleaders and
their advisor, Miss Reusch for adding a little
more confidence, consolation, and spirit to
Members of the group practice new routine.
Row 1, 1-r: N. Hennessey, Capt. L.
Brusinski, L. White, B. Stewart.
Row 2, 1-r: N. Hennessey, R.
Melia, S. Derby, J. O'Brien, B.
O'Leary, J. Gedius. Row 3, 1-r:
Varsity cheerleaders warming up
before the game.
Senior members Roslyn Melia, Captain Linda Brusinski, Jeannie
O'Brien, Noreen Hennessey.
Encouraging School Spirit
SPRING TRA CK
Last year's spring track team once again prov-
ed that they were the leaders of the cinder track.
Led by coach Johb Pistone the Devils finished
their season as the only undefeated, untied team
in the Hockomock League. The chief reason for
this lies not only in the quality of the individual
performers but also in the spirit and determina-
tion of the whole team. As they have proven time
and time again, the team with spirited determi-
nation is the team that wins.
'64 Team Takes
John Bullock and Lord crouch in the
ready position as the practice starts.
Ray throws as Bob and Russ wonder if that's
how Gary Gubner does it.
Clearing the bar easily, Steve Prenovitz eyes victo-
- " . <: ...
Carl Slotnik runs the first leg of a relay vic-
tory over Foxboro
Pete Fichter illustrates the form that has made him
an outstanding pole vaulter
Top Spot in Hockomock League
Row 1, L-R.: R. DiSimone, J. Yundt, E. Heywood, P.
Fichter, T. Peraksalis, W. Beall, C. Slotnick, R. Bul-
lock, N. Bourbeau, C. Wengler, M. Uinsmore, W.
Stewart. Row 2, L-R: W. Benard, J. Fraser, J. Spell-
man, J. Bullock, A. Dulong, P. McGeowan, E. Lord,
S. Prenovitz, Row 3, L-R: Coach J. Pistone, A. Gal-
lagher, D. Bright, D. Penney, B. Stone, M. Burke, R.
Sullivan, J. Concannon, J. Mahoney, J. Hunter, T.
Flaherty, D. Leight, D. McFee, P. Konary, R. Frank-
lin, S. Calish, B. Porter, B. Strickland.
Art D u 1 o n g, Randolph
breaks State record with
The climax to the Randolph Harrier's fantastic season
came when Arthur Dulong electrified the area by smashing
the cross-country record at the New England Regionals.
This event was the culmination of a string of victories
which extended unbroken for three consecutive years. In
accomplishing this, Randolph has become the strongest
cross-country team in the South Shore.
1st row: 1-r: J. Concannon, T. Perakslis, M. Burke, P. McGeown, M. Gale, R.
Bullock, T. Flaherty, M. Dinsmore. 2nd row: 1-r: T. Fahey, J. Richman, A. Du-
long, J. Hunter, J. Bullock, P. Porter, V. DeFelice, Coach John Pistone.
Coach Pistone ready to
time his boys . . .
With eye on starter,
Karl Slotnick waits for
signal . . .
L-R: Paul McGowan, John Bullock,
John Concannon, senior members of
L-R: Row 1: J. Concannon, J.
Connors, A. Dulong, Coach Pis-
tone, Capt. P. McGeown, E.
Lord, R. Sullivan. Row 2: D.
Eves, J. Bullock, T. Perakslis,
M. Dinsmore, M. Heywood, C.
Wengler, G. Spellman. Row 3:
R. Leite, J. Fraser, E. Heywood,
R. Strickland, R. Franklin, V.
DeFelice, J. Yundt, S. Prenovitz.
The 1965 season was one of challenge for the winter
track team. It was met by an undefeated season in a
new league — Division III of the Met. League. In dual
meets, the team showed outstanding strength,
threatening to shut out almost all competition. Finally
shaking the jinx of the major meet, Randolph gained
the Class C State Championship at Boston Garden
and finished consistently high in the standings of
every other meet entered.
Coach John Pistone's team has been studded with
glittering individual performances. Four runners, Ed
Haywood in the dash, Mike Burke and Paul McGeown
in the 1,000, and Art Dulong in the mile and two-
mile, qualified for the national indoor championships.
Dulong set a Class C State Record in a mile time of
4:21 and then proceeded to set a Class C State and
New England mark of 9:13 in the two-mile.
Jimmy Connors doesn't care what the
weather is as the gym is used for practice
when the boys can't go outside.
The Record: Metropolitan Track League
Randolph 66l/ 2 Dedham 19l/ 2
69 Maiden Catholic 17
69 Cambridge Latin 17
70 Milton 16
77 Revere 9
51 Norwood 35
76 Framingham South ... 10
B.A.A., Randolph ...12 points (4th place)
Class C 32 Vz points (1st place)
Art Dulong, Jerry Spellman, Mike Burke, Paul
McGeown pose for picture after winning the special
schoolboy relay at the K. of C. Meet.
Top Row, L. to R.: F. Baker, R. Cal-
lahan, M. Cartwright, B. Charron. 2nd
Row: J. Connors, E. Cummings, B.
Derzone, P. Dower. 3rd Row: B. Fav-
reau, B. Fistori, J. Green, R. Green.
Bottom Row: J. Hurley, D. Konary,
J. Spellman, T. Turner.
Jim Green puts the tag on Mission
base runner, Jim Donovan. Backing
up play is Bob Charron
BASEBALL SCORES and RECORD
7>vn r _
Row 1 — Left to
Konary, K. Ennis,
sard, F. Baird, G.
J. Wallace G. Will
Row 2 — Left to
Betterman, R. Hall,
sen, M. Corey, D.
Spearin, S. Allen,
J. Malone, Mr.
Since the introduction of golf at R.H.S. three
years ago, the golf team has yet to encounter
a losing season. Following the example set by
Coach Garon, the team displayed great spirit and
diligence in winning six matches while losing
only four. Seniors Leon Parkin, Bob Gass and
co-captain Mat Fox were the outstanding contri-
butors to the team while underclassmen Danny
McKenzie and Anthony Iskra both showed a
great potential for next season.
Coach Garron addresses the ball.
"Stop shaking," demands Danny
McKenzie of team-mate, Anthony
Iskra, before teeing off.
1964 GOLF TEAM
Left to Right: D. McKenzie, R. Gass, C. Parkin, T. Wilson, M. Fox, A.
Iskra, and B. Coughland.
Coach Leverone instructs Stu Leibovitz, Bill Saidel, and Mike McDonald in the cor-
Led by the expert coaching of Mr. Leverone,
the R.H.S. tennis team had its most successful
season in three years. The team compiled a six
and four record which showed great improve-
ment after the winless season of the previous
Randolph High can look forward to another
successful tennis season next year with the re-
turn of varsity players Steve Dlott, Mark Born-
stein, Stu Leibovitz and co-captain William Saidel.
Steve Dlott demonstrates the technique of the serve as Lee Put-
nam, Mike McDonald, and Mark Bornstein look on.
A D VER TISEMENTS
p ROM US
± p ED j
ie generous contributions
church groups, alumni,
are hereby acknowledged
by the Senior class
Without this assistanct
of the Oracle
have been possible.
to express to them
our best wishes
' j gr SWe
of success^ &/
in the coming year.
The; Challenge of Business
A special thank you
John H. Damon
and Mrs. Walter Haskill
and Mrs. Harry Cutler
and Mrs. Edward Curran
and Mrs. Kenneth R. Crane
and Mrs. John J. Concannon
and Mrs. John W. Condlin
and Mrs. James A. Connors
and Mrs. Joseph Connors
and Mrs. Arthur Ciardi
and Mrs. Joseph Cairns
and Mrs. Solomon Cadoff
Peter P. Camelio
John E. Bullock
Arthur M. Bucavalas
James J. Baker
Arthur W. Bowler
and Mrs. Harry N. Arnao
and Mrs. William J. Almond
and Mrs. Thomas Blume
and Mrs. Francis Bergeron
and Mrs. Harry Baker
and Mrs. Israel S. Baron
and Mrs. Ellsworth Berry
and Mrs. W. J. Bernard
and Mrs. Harold Bagge
and Mrs. H. E. Blanchard
and Mrs. Thomas Barnes, Jr.
and Mrs. Kingsley M. Berg
and Mrs. William Abramson
Maurice N. Port
Paul W. Anderson
Frank M. Benson
and Mrs. Enrico Betti
and Mrs. Henry S. Brusinski
Chester H. Blaine
Paul L. Ambra
and Mrs. Henry L. Baltimore
and Mrs. James Argetes
and Mrs. Francis Bourbeau
and Mrs. Martin Apromollo
and Mrs. Howard Berenson
and Mrs. Albert S. Blotner
and Mrs. George Beam
and Mrs. Carl I. Anderson
and Mrs. Charles F. Sullivan
and Mrs. William Fistori
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To our Parents, Teachers,
John J. Kelly
Frederick F. Lane
William Le Vangie
Joseph L. Lang
Ray H. Laun
Paul J. Le Blanc
Daniel J. Murphy
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Charles T. Needham
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William J. McPhee
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P. J. McGeown
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Mr. and Mrs. James J. Lavin
Mr. Stanley M. Rice
Mr. and Mrs. Maury Simonds
Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Jordan
Mr. and Mrs. Henry S. Butler
Mr. and Mrs. Thoman Hamel
Mr. Harry Privette
Rusell L. Towns
Sandee Goodman '63
Miss Sandra Obartuck
Mr. Alfred George
Mrs. Herbert Saunders
Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Sieve
Marlene Finkel '63
Mr. R. L. Clark
A. F. Doherty
Robert E. Tierney '49
Ronald E. Loratt
I^Ar. Lawrence Apostolon
Mr. and Mrs. William H. Blackden
Mr. Frank Hayes
Mr. Charles A. Brennan
Dr. William V. Kramer
Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton
John Campbell — Oracle Editor '63'
Mrs. Carrie Wescott
Fred Wescott '66
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Griffen
Mark Pearlsteen '67
Brahm Bitterman '67
Robert Gass '64
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Fox
Miss Mary Ann Halpin
Miss Necole of Glamor Lady
Miss Verna Mechino
Miss Mary Ellen Doherty
Miss Phyllis Pollack
The Joseph Tuminellis
Peter J. Maccine '64
Russell McKenzie '64
Mary Margaret Miller '66
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph S. Miller
Mr. and Mrs. Robert P. Little
Mr. James F. Miller '59
Mr. Frederick Boodro
Mrs. Walter Heterington
Mrs. Ray Beaucaire
Mr. Philip L. McGeown
Mrs. Robert Gray
Mrs. Honora Cobley
Mrs. Rita O'Mara
The Brockton Lock and Safe Co.
Mr. John Dyment
Mrs. Martin Phillips
Mrs. Elizabeth Connors .
Ellen J. Greenlun
Andrea F. Green
Mrs. Elizabeth T. Tierney
Eddie's Sharpening Service
Pat Brewster '64
Peter McGrath '62
Ed Cadoff '61
Larry Smith '57
Fred Hubble '62
Mark Bornstein '66
Lee Oxman '67
Sterling Cossaboom '62
Kent Osborne '63
Flossie Wilding '63
Judy Drummey '63
Jean Drummey '64
William E. Stearnes '61
Charles Kourafns '62
Mr. Gerald Burns
Martha Jean Monroe '63
Diane Wiley '63
Dr. and Mrs. Paul Runge
and faith in helping us
Charles Harold Saunders '64
Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Middleton
Donna McNeil '64
Mrs. Arthur E. Conrad
Mr. Julern Steinberg
Alan J. Chartkoff
Mr. Bruno Reid
Michael and Steven Davis
Mr. J. Robert Arth
Cadet Stan Burwell '64
Gail Faring Managing Ed. '64
Lee Putman '65
Mrs. Louis Clark
Miss Lisa Lind
The Rodger Family
Mrs. I. M. Kilburn
Mr. Albert Watmongh
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Vaughn
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Dupras
Maureen McLaughlin '64
Mr. and Mrs. George Richard
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson
t^Ar. and Mrs. Al Lorusso
Georgianna M. Gray '62
Jean A. Coyle
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Elliot
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ciardi
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Amaru
Mr. and Mrs. Busiek
Howard C. Roche
Mr. Richard Carmichael
Mrs. Oscar Forte
Mrs. Robert Vespa
Mr. and Mrs. Alien R. Campbell
Elaine Dornlas '64
Maura A. Campbell
C. L.. Dimmick
C. L. Dimmick
Mrs. Earl McLaughlin
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. R. Fleming
Mr. Lewis R. Hyde
Mrs. Gordon Lind
Mrs. Janet Roberts
Mrs. Rose Clarn
Mr. Bob Rothewell
The Bowen Family
Mrs. Peg Ryan
The Connor's Family
The Coughlin Family
The Cassford Family
Mr. Dick Lindstrom
Millie Fix Oracle Editor '64
The Iskra Family
Miss Eleanor Palizzolo
Mrs. Anne Palizzolo
Mrs. Charolette Duffey
Mr. Gaudio Stefani
Mr. Andrew Leverone
Mr. Edmund Corbett
Mr. Donald Nelson
Miss Ann Rae Craig
Mr. William F. O'Neil
Miss Grace G. McCarthy
Miss Thsresa Balewicz '60
Mr. Edmund Robert Bowles
Mr. Albert J. Arsenault Jr.
Mr. Joseph Cambra
Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Perry
Arthur F. Gallagher '65
Miss Eleanor Kelley
Miss Marion Diemond
Joe Balewicz '63
Miss Winifred Brennann
SR. Class Adviser
The Joseph Tuminellis
Mr. Edward Scahill
Mr. Robert Rodweller
Mr. Leonard Rapoza
Mr. Richard Rubino
Al Holbrook '57
Art Holbrook '59
Mr. Robert M. Lacy
to achieve each step of success.
Elaine Snapper '64
Phyllis Cohen '62
Little Mr. "B"
Mrs. John Harrigan
Mr. Howard Spaigo
Mr. Michael J. Wallace Jr. '62
Norman Fine Editor '64
The Snyder Family
Candy Callahan '63
Neil Kirkegard Jr. '56
Danny De Felice '64
John Stanley '62
Mrs. John G. Francis
Carol Shabo '64
John P. Geary
Mr. Edward F. McLeod
Miss Rita Crowley
Mrs. Alice Crowley
Mr. Charles Hubert
Mrs. William Crowley
Miss Helen Fitzgerald
Mr. and Mrs. G. Fearer
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald McKenney
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lang
Leonard Segal '65
Douglas Lurie '67
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. hAor'm
Roy Conrad '60
Mr. Donald J. Nelson '55
Helen Nelson Boyle '56
Robert Nelson '60
Paul Mogan '63
Peggy Vaughn '56
Sandy Conrad '63
J. Vaughn '58
Bruce Faring '62
Karen Manson '63
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Olsen
Catherine (Whealan) Burgess '56
Joan (La Forge) Whealan '54
Ruth Olsen '66
M. E. Dulong
Patricia Previte '66
Ruth Lyon '62
Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Previte
Mrs. Anna Green
Walter Green '64
Darlene Condon '57
Eugene Fasoli '64
Victoria Di Rrero
M. R. Hibbett
Mrs. Lorraine Johnson
Rev. Francis Daley
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Sassone
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Deane
Barry Deane '63
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Burrell
The Spring Family
The Turner Family
Mr. and Mrs. John F. Elliott
Mr. Ernest Dilloreti
The Iskra Family
Sandra Fraser '63
Mrs. Paul Gazzara
Mrs. Rita Trembly
Mr. Henry Flaherty
Mrs. Frank Flaherty
Edward J. Cummings '64
Mr. and Mrs. John Bergen '56-'57
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Rapp
Pat Williams '57
Mr. and Mrs. George A. McDonald
SAr. and Mrs. William Fowler
Mr. and Mrs. Cole Geary
Mr. and Mrs. Joh Brack
Linda Donnelly '63
Mr. and Mrs. Rex Parker
Mr. and Mrs. Michael J. McNamara
Paul DeFeo '59
Marie DeFeo '64
Fred DeFeo '62
Richard Anderson '61
Regina Kalitsis '64
Mrs. Stanley A. Richards
Rev. Bruce B. Noyes
Mrs. David Louis
Harry Knights, Editor '64
Mrs. Charles Salyards
Mrs. Charles Brown
Mrs. Arnold Greedman
Mrs. Walter J. Good
Mrs. Robert B. Cohen
Mrs. Henry W. Merrill
Mrs. Frank Poehlman
Mr. James O'Kane
Mr. and Mrs. Smart
Mary Helen Maxwill Burke
The staff solutes
DR. DAVID WEINER
DR. JOHN P. NOONAN
DR. WILLIAM SLOAN
DR. JOHN BERRY
DR. J. STEPHEN HAYES
DR. ROBERT W. LELACHEUR
DR and MRS. JOHN HICKEY
DR. H. L. FULCHINO
DR. and MRS. J. V. McGUIRK
DR. and MRS. ANDREW FOLEY
DR. RUSSELL THOMPSON
DR. and MRS. FARRELL
WILLIAM LEAVITT D.M.D.
DR. and MRS. MARSHALL H.
Hersch C. Altman, D.M.D.
DR. and MRS. RICHARD
MILTON S. GLASSMAN D.M.D.
DR. and MRS. SELIG G. ZASE
DR. and MRS. NORMAN JEPSKY
DR. and MRS. SAMUEL J.
DR. STEWART SHAPIRO
DR. BARCE'S ANIMAL
E. A. Barce D.V.M.
So. Main St. 963-2298
Pharmacists, Lawyers . .
RANDOLPH DRUG CO.
1 167 No. Main St.
Cor. Main and Warren St.
P. J. O'BRIEN AND SONS
44 Bromfield St.
Mr. and Mrs.
our Businessmen and Women
for their help
RALPH C. WILDE
ARTHUR L. DOODY
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
247 So. Main St.
Best Wishes To The Class Of
1162 No. Main St.
Best Wishes to The Class
ARTHUR C. MORTON
155 N. Main Street
J. E. LYNCH AND SON
INSURANCE AGENCY, INC.
DeCOTA CONSTRUCTION, INC.
New Homes Custom Built
Louis F. DeCota, Pres.
7 Old Mill Lane
Good Luck To All Graduates
May They All Become Happy
KURMAN REALTY CO.
Teed Brothers Contractors
DE CELL AND SON
HICKEY REAL ESTATE
Daniel C. Ryan CLU
Mutual Life Ins. Co.
60 Guild St. Norwood
B.CLAFF & SONS, INC.
506 No. Warren Avenue
>. Main St.
335 Main Street
Boston 29, Mass.
C. AND W. CO., INC
DISPOSAL AND GENERAL
64 Warren St. Randolph, Mass.
Bus. WOodlawn 3-1565 Res. JU 6-8878
Specializing In Remodeling
SAM'S CABINET SHOP
580 South Main St., Randolph, Mass.
The Heart of Your Home is Your Kitchen
E. Samarelli 40 Langley Road
Owner Avon, Mass.
Building — Wrecking Crane Service
LIND AND SONS, INC.
F. X. MESSINA
TRANS. AND CONT., INC.
J. P. Donahoe Construction Inc.
206 Dudley Street
Boston 1 9, Mass.
The Blackthorn Line, Inc.
J. P. Donahoe
206 Dudley St.
Good Luck '65
DODGE CARS AND TRUCKS
COMPLETE CAR SERVICE
659 N. Main Street
"MIKES" GULF SERVICE
1201 No. Main St.
FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC
5 N. Main St. Randolph Sq.
317 No. Mam St.
289 So. Main St.
GOOD BROTHERS FORD
4 / years as your Ford Dealer
Ford, Falcon, Fairlane,
Mustang And Thunderbird
536 So. Main St. Randolph
YOU NEED IT
WALT'S SUNOCO SERVICE
Does Your Group Need A Bus?
PEARL ST. MOTORS, INC.
SO. SHORES LARGEST
60 Pearl St.
So. Braintree, Mass.
Salesroom VI 3-8683
W. CONDON, INC.
900 N. Main St.
Best Of Luck To The Class
SEMENSI FUEL AND
COMPLETE AUTO REPAIRING
957 Granite St. So. Braintree, Mass.
Best Of Luck
JOE AND LOU
1 150 N. Main St.
PIZZA OUR SPECIALTY
LYNWOOD CAFE, INC.
Corner South And Center Sts., Randolph
Tel. WO 3-9894
F. Kurlitis, Mgr.
The Ranvilla Restaurant
All Types Of Dinners, Orders
& Pizza To Go 963-98/2 9865
1 102 Blue Hill Ave.
The Hilltop Restaurant
1 179 No. Main St. Randolph
The Dairy Queen
Where You Get Those
329 N. Main St.
105 N. Main St.
ICE CREAM & SANDWICH SHOP
Best Wishes To The Class
Of 1965 From
AMVET POST NO. 51
CLASS OF 1§§S
FLOORS THE RAY WAY
TILE — LINOLEUM
Congratulations And Best Wishes
577 Pond St.
South Braintree, Mass
146 So. Main St.
ELLIOT BUSINESS MACHINES, INC
en in Avon .
Visit The ALL
12 New Candk
! Pin Lanes
F. DIAUTO AND SON
AND MASON SUPPLIES
FUEL OILS AND BURNER SERVICE
Arlette's Of Randolph
1153 N. Main St.
Glamour Lady Beauty Salon
specializing in beauty culture
Best Wishes From
Richard's Hair Stylists
1191 No. Main St. 963-1606
U/e Va ixfiAt thw, ■ CjJTa^ui
Brown Bros. Jewelry
1164 Blue Hill Ave.
THE LLOYDS OF RANDOLPH
123 No. Main St.
TAYLOR'S JEWELRY &
68 N. Main St. Randolph
B. HORLINK JEWELERS
DIAMONDS— WATCHES— GIFTS
105 N. Main St. 963-6030
ADAMS . . .
Beauty Salon & Barber Shop
45-47 No. Main St. Randolph
Jon Harvi Coiffures
86 No. Main St.
TONY'S BARBER SHOP
5 Old St. 963-1001
Ladies Specialty Shop
40 N. Main St. Randolph
1 186 Blue Hill Ave.
HIGH SCHOOL JEWELRY
PENDANTS— RINGS— CHARMS
963-3630 Norfolk Charge
CHASE MD SON, INC.
Sponsors Of Randolph School Safety Calenders
Tony, Carl, Ginny and Tom
Take Time Out For
Open Daily From 5:30 A. M. To
12:00 P. M. Except Sundays
BUSINESS MEN'S LUNCHEON
11:30 A. M. - 2:00 P. M.
Monday Through Friday
It Is A Pleasure To Serve
The Students, Graduates
And Faculty Of Randolph
THE RANDOLPH SAVINGS
129 N. Main St. Randolph
50 So. Franklin St. Holbrook
1 5 Pleasant St. Stoughton
Congratulations to the Class of '65
RANDOLPH MIDGET CHEERLEADERS
Front, L. to R.: Co-captain, Susan Derby; Captain, Kathy O'Brien. Rear: Andrea
Larson, Janice Medeiros, Susan Patterson, Clare Josephs, Kathy Finneran, Claire
MacNamara, Marilyn Broderick, Jane McDonough.
"FOR THOSE NICER FLOWERS"
407 So. Main Street
RANDOLPH T. V. AND
Tony And Vin Civita
94 N. Main St.
67 N. Main St.
RANDOLPH POLICE RELIEF ASSOC.
Best Wishes To The Class Of '65
John J. Ford
Spirit Of Israel
B. B. G. #1 171
Randolph — -Hoi brook — Brockton
Conrad's Super Market
1057 No. Main Street
Good Luck Class Of '65
A "Select" Service
For Business, Professional
HARRY AND MARION BASHNER
GILROY'S KWIK SHOP
Fresh Good At All Times
39 No. Main St.
DALEY CONSTRUCTION COMPANY
Robert L. Daley
1 Alden St.
Diauto Drive, Randolph, Mass.
TANTILLO # S VARIETY
THE OLDEST STORE FOR SHOES
OR SHOE REPAIR
North Randolph Cleaners
1055 No. Main St.
Murray's 5c To $5.00
78 N. Main St. Randolph
SWAN 1 HOUR
1213 N. Main St. Randolph
INDUSTRIAL SCREEN PROCESS
7 Pleasant St.
Randolph Fabric And Yarn
81 N. Main St. Randolph
Best Wishes From
Minihan's Handy Store
A And R Cleaners
217 North Main St.
Thrift Shop Sponsored by Trinity Church
Woodlawn Cleaners Inc.
For The Finest In Dry Cleaning
1 Hour Dry Cleaning — Shirt Service
In By 10 Out By 5
EDGAR B. COLE CO.
FURNITURE AND GIFTS
Store Hours 9 To 9
Sat. 9 To 6
Good Luck To '65
44 No. Main Street
A & K Mower Co., Inc.
296 Bridge St. Dedham DA 6-9872
Art Whitcher 208 Union St.
Gorham Machine Corporation
Randolph's Children Shoppe
Coleman's Pakage Store
1165 N. Main St.
No. Main St. Randolph
Larry Sass — Florist
Blue Ridge Farm
FRUIT — VEGETABLES & FLOWERS
5 Corners Braintree
Paul B. Segal Enterprises
33 Bartlett Rd. Randolph
Stetson Window Corp.
Drinkwater & Co. Florists
Woodlawn Card And
Best In Cards And Music
Congratulations '65 Grads.
Vol's Floor Maintenance
50 Bartlett Rd. 963-7276
Hart Colonial Nursery
979 N. Main St.
Red Feather Farm
Fresh Eggs And Poultry
148 High St. 963-4322
Ernest C. Martin Co.
Electrical And Piping Contractors
1374 N. Main St. Randolph
Wood's So. Shore Auto School
357 Washington St.
THE FAMILY STORE
FERNANDES SHOPPERS PLAZA
LUCILLE M. SCHARR
MUSIC AND PRE-SCHOOL
5 Ferncourt Ave.
Gold School Of Dancing
9 Martindale Rd.
The Singer Company
So. Shore Plaza
Bea Zorn's Dress Shoppe
Blue Hill Avenue at Morton St.
Sounds For The Younger Set
James, Frank Mento
Snow and Ted Pina
Mrs. Forman's Kindergarten
3 Scally Circle Randolph
5 Mornings 2 Week 9-12 Ages 5-6 Years
Limited Number of Children
Westland's Sporting Goods
Equipment for Every Sport
So. Shore Plaza VI 3418
Radio Shack Corporation
South Shore Plaza
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF '65
42 N. Main
CARTWRIGHT FUNERAL HOME
419 North Main Street
RANDOLPH HIGH SCHOOL
SCHOLASTIC JEWELERS, II.
Boston's Largest Manufacturing Jewelers
5174 Washington Street
Boston 32, Massachusetts
CLASS RINGS DANCE FAVORS FRATERNITIES
CLASS RINGS COLLEGE RINGS JEWELRY
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At Your Service
JEfri Mrs. Fleming, Mrs. Vennick,
and Mrs. Simmons.
THE WARREN KAY
VMTINE STUDIO, II.
Serving with pleasure
The members of the
132 Boylston St., Boston, Mass.
661 Congress St., Portland, Maine
Our Miss Football of "65" Linda Brusinski.
It's almost Spring!
Well, Arthur, there's always the
That isn't the way it looked in the book
A proven fact many things go on at lunch hours.
A yearbook is only a shadow. In its pages
are published a scant likeness of the people
who truly live in our memories. We see but
the outlines of the daily routine of classes
and friends that filled our lives for four
years. If the few impressions that can be
reproduced here serve to create a small part
of the memories held by each of us, our year-
book has succeeded in its purpose.
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Mr. Bourgeois visits with a little of his subject
Our cafeteria workers prepared some food-
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